Buff Monster recently presented a solo show entitled “Melt With Me” that was on display last week in NYC. The show is a culmination of over a year of explorations in sculpture, from the smooth sexy large scale pieces to the gritty smaller concrete ones. The show is taking place at a great location right near my studio that he’s wanted to use for a long time.
We recently shared a preview post on our website about the incredible group show at Athen B. Gallery entitled “Spectators”. The gallery’s latest exhibition features an incredible body of painting work by Michael Reeder, Molly Bounds and Caleb Hahne. More images and video after the jump!
Our good friends over at Pangeaseed recently unveiled their latest instalment of Seawalls: Murals for Oceans last week. This time around they went back to Miami, Florida where they teamed up with a number of incredible artists to paint with a purpose. See their latest activations along with artist statements after the jump.
MEAR ONE studios is thrilled to present our newest release, in collaboration with world-renowned physicist Nassim Haramein, Director of Research at Resonance Science Foundation. This 24×36″ fine art print is conveniently sized to fit a standard size frame. It is numbered in the bottom left hand corner alongside a unique graphic embellishment and signed in the bottom right hand corner by the artist. More info and images after the jump.
This month, as part of Project 12+1’s second year running, Contorno Urbano is showing a mural by Roc Blackblock, a well known Catalan artist who specialises in stenciling; an artistic technique often used in graffiti using paint and one or more stencils cut by the artist. Defining himself as an ‘all terrain’ artist, Roc Blackblock is as comfortable painting on walls as he is on paper, canvas, in digital formats, or even on skin — he also works as an illustrator and tattoo artist. More images and info after the jump!
Graffiti artist Jan Is De Man recently created a new mural installation at the Skatepool Griftpark. He designed and discussed his plans with the local skaters. Using matte non-slip paint, so the skaters don’t slide out and design elements help indicate where the turns and verticals are. Peep more the flicks after the jump!