All posts tagged Neo Pop
On April 14, Art Nouveau Magazine presented Want To See A Sad Boy Smile? Pay Him, the debut solo exhibition by artist/designer GreatEclectic at Studio 900 in Atlanta, GA. GreatEclectic […]
It’s officially spring. The birds are chirping. Pimps and players are flirting. And the girls? Well depending on who you ask, they run the world. It wouldn’t be spring without […]
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been meeting some interesting artists in the most inconspicuous ways. Take for instance Monica Ellis. Just the other day, my friend and I […]
I’ve never met GreatEclectic, but I know him quite well. I’ve never felt more innately connected to someone with whom I’ve never shared conventional contact; but that is the […]
Atlanta based artist PaperFrank has been killing the arts scene in Atlanta. From RockSmith Clothing to City of Ink his signature style, a mix of neo pop and anime, is […]
While browsing Flickr I came across these spray paint can art pieces by Dillon Boy. Witty and political his cans are bright as the sun but the messages are grim […]
B. Denise didn’t go to HIllman, but she’s got class. The 20-year-old South Dakota born artist, yes I said South Dakota, is currently in the studio knocking out new […]
Risa Marie is your number one fan. At least if you’re a hip musician. The painter graduated from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design with a BA in Illustration and […]
Remember when Bill Murray was Greg Gossel’s muse. Gone is that chum face. The violent and cult followed directors Quentin Tarantino and The Coen Brothers are the artists latest inspiration. […]
Atlanta based, SoCal born artist Chris Hobe recently sent me these images of his latest work. His mixed media work finds the artist giving 70′s and 80′s pin up and […]
I’m about 60 pieces in and I’m still sketching ideas for new ones. What am I working towards? My debut solo show entitled Want To A Sad Boy Smile? Pay […]
Amy Ahlstrom is leading a growing trend of ultramodern fiber-based art better known as quilting. Affectionately referred to as, The Urban Quilter, Amy acts as “part documentarian, part DJ,” to […]
Rich Pellegrino is an illustrator and artist currently working in Warwick, Rhode Island. I stumbled upon is work on Tumblr of all places. Who knew people posted anything other than […]
Sarah Weaver, Fahamu Pecou & Mr. Brainwash all live in three very different parts of America and create very different types of art, but they have one thing in common.
Japanese neo-pop artist introduces high-end brand Louis Vuitton to a new generation with his classic Monogram canvas that has become as iconic as the brand itself.
Fahamu Pecou‘s solo exhibition Whirl Trade will open with a reception Nov 14, at Get This! Gallery in Atlanta, GA.