Photos by G. Art by Swoon.
Swoon Mural on Bowery and Houston (Close Up)
The ever changing mural on Bowery and Houston in New York has changed yet again. This time, it’s designed by street artist Swoon. I went to see the mural at night, so the pix I took are not that great, but I plan on visiting in the day time before it comes down.
Swoon Mural on Bowery and Houston
Photo by G.
Remember Where You Are From and Where You Belong
What the hell happened to my other foot?
Photos by G. Art by Adam Wallacavage.
After having been a fan of Adam Wallacavage’s work for years and seeing an artwork here and there in various shows, I’ve finally gotten to see a full exhibit of his work. “Magic Mountain” is currently on display at the Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York and it’s extremely cool. You’ll see Wallacavage’s signature tentacle chandeliers, but for this exhibit he has also has added new hybrid sea creatures to his arsenal.
It’s not possible to see the detail in these pictures so I urge you to head over to the gallery to see these works in person. Also on display are exhibits by Tara McPherson and Masakatsu Sashie. All three exhibits run though November 16, 2013.
You can see more pictures of Wallacavage’s cool art on The Worley Gig.
Photo by G.
I found justice in Culver City, California recently and it looked just like this.
Photos by G. Art by Brian Adam Douglas.
“How To Disappear Completely” by Brian Adam Douglas
By the time you read this post, “How To Disappear Completely” by Brian Adam Douglas (who you may also know as street artist Elbow Toe) will have closed. I made it over to the Andrew Edlin Gallery in New York literally hours before it closed on the final day of the exhibit, so I hope this post will encourage you to look up more of Brian’s art. If you only know the work of his alter ego Elbow Toe, you will be very impressed. On the streets, Elbow Toe gets up high and low with funny little quotations (There is a crack in the bubble that is so damn large, that I could swim forever in this open space” – Elbow Toe, for example) and in a gallery setting, his works are extremely complex with vivid detail and tons of things going on inside his works. You can click on the image to enlarge and you will get a glimpse of what I am talking about. You will definitely want to prioritize seeing his next show, which we can hope will be soon.
Brian Adam Douglas