So, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? I’m Tristan Eaton, former New Yorker, now LA-based painter and muralist who is currently hosting an art exhibition called Strange Future in New York City in the Lower East Side from October 3rd to October 9th.
STRANGE FUTURE is an exhibition by painter & muralist Tristan Eaton who is known for his maximalist collage and illustrative pop art style. The exhibition features a wide range of new works including large assemblages of spray paint on canvas, skateboard grip tape, auto body paint and laser etched textures.
The one and only Tristan Eaton was back in NYC recently to paint the world famous Bowery Wall located in NYC’s Lower East side of Manhattan. Tristan can now be added to a long list of some of the worlds best street artists such as Keith Haring, Banksy, Maya Hayuk, Logan Hicks, Futura, Os Gêmeos,
“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most,” John Ruskin famously proclaimed in the 19th century. Our attraction to colour is innate and influences us every day, in a myriad of contexts. In our technology-centric world today, the possibilities of colour are great than ever. At a special exhibition at
We continue our ongoing coverage of POW! WOW! Hawaii 2016 with Tristan Eaton which just finished working on his artwork in Honolulu. Entitled “Aloha Dreamland”, the new painting feature Eaton’s characteristic patchwork style with this subject matter quite local this time around. The piece is inspired the the romantic effect Hawaii has on people. It’s a vortex
Our friend Tristan Eaton spent the last few days in Sweden where he was invited to participate in the latest edition of the No Limit Boras Street Art Festival.Painting on the streets of Boras, the Los-Angeles based artist quickly worked his way through this beautiful new piece which is entitled “Out Of Sight”. As usual
Tristan Eaton and The London Police just finished working on their latest collaboration “Fish Eat Fish” on the lovely streets of Cozumel, Mexico.In town for the excellent SeaWalls: Murals For Oceans, the newly formed duo spent about five days to create this impressive piece which is featuring each artist’s distinctive style and technique. A monochromatic
Years in the making, a collaboration in between Tristan Eaton and The London Police is finally taking place! Painting on the streets of Cozumel in Mexico for PangeaSeed and SeaWalls 2015, the two buddies have been working for two days under the severe heat to create this artwork.The concept of the bigger fish eating the
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