All posts tagged Pop Art
Sneaky Sound System is our latest sonic obsession. Part Neptunes era Kelis, party Vanity Six, part Marilyn Monroe, their video for their single ‘We Love’ is a quirky, bright video […]
Marcelo Daldoce started painting at 16. Three years later he dropped out of school to as he simply puts, “stay home to paint by myself.” “I always liked to draw […]
Imagine there’s this sad soul whose never seen Greg Gossel’s work. Let me paint that person a picture. The Minneapolis based artist combines expressive interplay of words, images and gesture […]
The force is strong with this one. On June 1, Artist/graphic designer PaperFrank will debut new works in an exhibition entitled “Afro Picks and Bunny Suits 2″ at Archive Gallery. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
Ted Mikulski’s break out solo exhibition Color For Color’s Sake will debut this Sunday, March 6th, 2011 at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. The exhibition finds the Connecticut based […]
Don’t call it a comeback–especially if you’re Chris Brown. But the R&B crooner seems to be on the right track with this new project. Even if the material sucks, I […]
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 […]
Who says that there is rules in art today? Who says what you cannot do? Learn about my past and tell me what I am in the present -Mr. Brainwash […]
American pop artist Ron English recently opened his latest exhibition Status Factory at the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavillion of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California.
Takashi Murakami’s first major retrospective show in France at the Palace of Versailles isn’t set to officially open until Sept. And the photos from the show are amazing. The show opens Sept 14th and runs through Dec 12th.
The fashion world loves James Jean. Why shouldn’t they? On Sept. 10, The Los Angeles based artist will show 20 original portraits of the City of Angels’ beautiful, rich and famous at 3.1 Phillip Lim in West Hollywood.
Timothy Eugene is the artist to black Hollywood’s socialites. The New york based artist has been recently sketching pretty fashion inspired sketches of Amber Rose and burgeoning socialites Coco and Breezy.