The one and only Ron English made a triumphant return to one of this favorite spots in NYC’s lower east side Toy Tokyo where he hosted a day long pop-up shop featuring everything from skate board decks, vinyl toys, prints, clothing, home accessories, and even his music project “Delusionville”. Ron in his usual fashion took
For the fifth time, MURAL International Public Art Festival has just wrapped up and we are very happy to bring you a quick recap! Festival that started on June 8th and finished 18th of June brought us some marvellous murals took place and enhanced an already impressive and well-rounded route of artwork from the Quartier des spectacles
The 69th Floor of 4 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan NYC welcomed over 50 world renowned street artists to paint every inch of the brand new office space. Artists involved with the project included Ron English, Basil Sema, Buffmonster, Cernesto, Chris RWK, Fanakapan, Gui Machado (Erasmo), Hellbent, Icy and Sot, Jack Fox, Rubin 415, Sonni, UR New York, joohee (sticky monger), Ian Ferguson, Hellbent, Chinon Maria, David Hollier, Scott Walker, Greg Frederick, Whisbe, Joe
Street art pioneer Ron English is back with a new solo gallery show at the Allouche Gallery pop-up in the Meat Packing district in NYC entitled “Guernica”. For this new show Ron has integrated pop culture icons with the iconic imagery derived from Pablo Picasso’s legendary anti-war painting “Guernica”.
Coverage: The LoMan Art Festival in Little Italy NYC Feat. Invader, Ron English, Hanksy, ASVP, Beau Stanton, BD White X JPO, Dain X Stikki Peaches, Whisbe, GILF!, Art is Trash, and Many More.
From August 5–9, 2015, the walls of lower Manhattan (Little Italy) sprung to life with The LoMan Arts Festival presented by the L.I.S.A. Project), New York City’s first-ever mural festival. The event’s inaugural year brought large-scale works by acclaimed mural artists to 21 lower manhattan neighborhoods, from 23rd Street to the South Street Seaport, in
Ron English spent the last few days on his cherry picker to work on a new piece in Manhattan for The Lisa Project.The American pop-artist brought to life one of his signature “Temper Tot” which is a cheeky play on The Incredible Hulk and a wink to his kids Zephyr and Mars. This new Temper
POW! WOW!‘s latest cavort takes to the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas. Teaming up with local art collective SprATX, the collaborative project brought together local artists like Mouf, Truth, and Lucas Aoki alongside international talents like Rone, Yoskay Yamamoto, Meggs, Tatiana Suarez, Risk and Ron English. Transforming the walls on Red River
The phrase “living legend” is used pretty liberally these days in the art world. But there is no debate as to the legendary status of the one and only Ron English. Ron’s work has already reached the level of iconic over a decade ago, and has been a major influence on every single street artist
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