Hey guys so I have recently stumbled onto some inspiration for some street art work that I am putting together now! I should have a few up within the week so stay tuned. In the mean time check out this awesome post bu a Brazilian Street artist Cranio.
Came accross this the other day on Unurth
Street Art.. brilliant.
First piece of LA street art.. done! Under the name Grody. Because it isn’t good enough for the name IVES yet. I seriously need to go to an art store and buy some pens and paints so I can start producing things sans le computer. It just feels more natural.. anyway. Let me know what you think!
Pics of PUSH from his recent show at the Known Gallery. I had my own pictures.. because I was there.. but unfortunately when you try to sync your camera and your photo albums.. sometimes it goes from the album to the camera instead of the other way around.. So many pictures.. lost. Sucks. Anyway check out these photo’s from someone else. I was there somewhere.. oh well.
Brilliant. Found on Melrose and Fairfax
Hey-ho guys. I know I know. This week has been a bit on the slow side but give me a break. New work and all.. but I made some stickers so check it out! Let me know what you think, should I post them? Where? I need ideas people!
I decided to go with the title Grody- is in this is a grody project. For those of you who don’t know, grody is slang for dirty/gross/rough/base sort of thing. Although, since it is slang it probably means different things to different people, I felt that would be a good title for my first LA project. I won’t be changing my artist name- this is just the name of this… “project”. Anywho.. Enjoy. BTW bonus points to the first who can accurately name where the quote is from and who said it. Well or at least, one of the people who said it.
Filed under Art, los angeles
Guys I have been really busy with my first week at my new job. Just want to schedule this before I leave this morning. Check out this gallery.. I will try to hit if up if you guys are interested.
Street artist POSE previews his new pieces for the upcoming book release and gallery show “Hello Kitty, Hello Art!” @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles.
Visit http://www.knowngallery.com for more info on the one-day pop-up event!
I don’t necessarily condone this. I don’t really think sexifying street art is a good thing- sex sells yes, and selling art means healthy artists.. but for some reason sex in art seems to go hand-in-hand with a loss of nutritional content. Oh well..
What this SLUT has to say after the break.
Psych ..? C215 opened up a gallery in a jail, in Portugal. Apparently the internet was aflame when people were finding “C215 in jail at Lagos (PT)” everywhere. More on this after the break
Yesterday we featured some images of Shepard Fairey and his team as they began work on the large ‘Shoplifters Welcome’ mural in East London. Today saw the artist and his crew return to Ebor Street to complete the mural which was based on a previously released print edition collaboration between Jamie Reid and Shepard Fairey. This is the first of a number of murals planned for London ahead of his Sound & Vision show set to open next week at Stolen Space Gallery in the Truman Brewery, so expect plenty more coverage of the artist over the next few days.