I created a new shop recently that features artsy things: some limited edition prints, some t-shirts, and some bags. I consider the tees to be more like wearable art, all silkscreened and hand-dyed in my studio in Brooklyn.
These paintings I’m working on lately are part of the mosaic series which are my progression of street art. I like to use different background elements that mimic the variety of textures you get on city walls and buildings. All imagery comes from the sacredness of youth.
Lenert Engleberts is a Dutch multi-media artist who writes and directs short films that make one ponder things such as procrastination, beauty, art and life. They are presented in an oddly humorous and artistic way. Even the commercial and print work he does is quite satisfying. This film is titled How To Explain It To […]
Michael Scoggins work is right up my alley. It is lighthearted, but they say something about how a child’s mind filters the world. His doodles are done on sheets of paper that are six foot high. He cuts the holes and draws the lines by hand, so it looks like notebook paper.
Liam Sparkes’s medium is ink on skin. He is a tattoo artist based out of London, mostly. His tattoo imagery looks of old school book illustrations and woodblock prints. I like the lines and cross hatches.
Artist Aaron Smith creates manly portraits of men that existed back in the old days. His bright colors give these vintage men a fresh look. I saw one of his recent shows in New York and the surface of his paintings are thick with textured paint. Wonderful work.