Posts Tagged ‘pop culture

New silkscreen print ‘10 Years’ designed from an ink drawing based on a painting Buff Monster did 10 years ago. It was scanned with all the colors separated out and sent off to my print. Swatches were mailed  to the printer so that each color would match the custom-mixed colors that he used in his [...]

Scott Listfield is best known for his paintings depicting a lone astronaut seemingly lost inside a pop-culture riddled landscape. Listfield has been exhibited extensively in Boston. Check out some of his paintings… At the Gallery

Todd James: Great Adventure exhibition is currently showing at Galeria Javier Lopez in Madrid, Spain through November 3, 2010. This mark’s James’ first solo exhibit in Spain. In Great Adventure Todd James shows us his most recent works on paper and canvas, where his distinctive cartoon-like style now depicts subjects as varied as modern day [...]

UK street artist, Paul Insect had a 2007 solo show Bullion exhibition at London’s Lazarides Gallery and fame soon came after that, having collaborated alongside Bansky on two project and catching the eye of Damien Hirst. Paul Insect (aka PINS) artworks includes screen prints, urban street art, and stickers filled with pop culture references, flaunting with images [...]

Anthony Lister is an Australian born painter and installation artist and is quite notable within the Low Brow Art Movement, having been featured on Juxtapoz, FecalFace and Wooster Collective. Lister’s current exhibit “The Beauty of Failure” is his first solo show with the Show & Tell Gallery as well as his first exhibition in Canada. He Who [...]

Upon driving around the art district last night in Miami after the 2012 Art Show, I came across even more fabulous pieces of art, on the streets. This is part one in a three part series on my Miami Street Art finds. Here are some amazing works found by artists Sever and Willow…

EXHIBITION ‘KURT’ AT SEATTLE ART MUSEUM Currently running through September 6, 2010, is the exhibition Kurt, at the Seattle Art Museum. About the exhibition: Kurt Cobain symbolized the ideals, aspirations and disappointments of the ’90s generation, and a diverse array of artists have incorporated his image into their work to comment on those issues.

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