10 Years of Wooster Collective at Jonathan Levine

Posted by The G on August 12, 2013 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Trustocorp

Trustocorp

If you are a fan of street art and are in the New York area, you must check out “10 Years of Wooster Collective” at Jonathan Levine Gallery.  Wooster Collective was at one time the go to site on the web to see street art from across the world and this exhibit celebrates the glory days.  Some of the participating artists include:  ABOVE, AIKO, Anthony Lister, Bast, Ben Eine, Blek le Rat, Bo130, Buffmonster, C215, Chris Stain, Cope2, Crash, D*Face,  DALeast, Dan Witz, Daniel Sparkes, Dark Cloud, ELBOW-TOE,  Eltono,  Faile,  Faith 47, Galo,  How & Nosm, Hyuro,  Invader, Jace, Jordan Seiler, JR, Kenny Scharf, Logan Hicks, Liu Bolin, Ludo, Mark Jenkins, Martha Cooper, Mcity, Michael De Feo, Microbo, Miss Van, Olek,  Paul Insect, Ron English, Skewville,  Skullphone,  Stikman,  Swoon,  The London Police, TrustoCorp, Vhils, Vinz, Will Barras, WK, xoooox and Zevs.

Skewville

Skewville

This exhibit is only up for a limited time (August 24, 2013 to be exact) so don’t miss this!  The gallery space is in a pop-up location – 525 West 22nd Street in Manhattan.

Liu Bolin, Kenny Scharf

Liu Bolin, Kenny Scharf

Skullphone on Melrose

Posted by The G on January 6, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by Skullphone.

Skullphone on Melrose

Skullphone on Melrose

“Scripture” by Curtis Kulig and Skullphone

Posted by The G on October 7, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy, Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Curtis Kulig and Skullphone, respectively.

Love Me

Love Me

Head over to Malick Williams in New York to see an exhibit of works from two of the hottest street artists on the scene – Curtis Kulig (aka Love Me) and Skullphone.  You’ll see a gigantic life sized “Love Me” sculpture (as pictured above) as well as paintings by Skullphone that look like they are lit up until you get very close to them and you see that they are just strategically painted dots that are arranged in such a way, they form pictures.

Prada Cross by Skullphone

Malick Williams and Co. Gallery is located at 150 11th Avenue in Manhattan.  “Scripture” runs until November 8, 2011.

I Want You To Die For My Country

Posted by The G on July 4, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by Mute One, Skullphone (respectively).

I Want You To Die For My Country, Skullphone

I Want You To Die For My Country, Skullphone

I firmly believe that every death in war has been for nothing.  We can connect to someone across the planet in milliseconds and after thousands of years, people can’t get over their petty differences and stop killing each other?  Seriously??????

On this “Independence Day,” do yourself a favor and watch the documentary “Restrepo” and see what war actually looks like.  It might make you put down the guns and throw up the love sign.

 

 

All Star Sign

Posted by The G on April 19, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

All Star Sign

All Star Sign

If you haven’t spotted The Status Faction, Alec Monopoly, Skullphone, Love Me (aka Curtis Kulig) or Bankrupt Slut on this all star sign post, please search the archives immediately because you are missing out on some good stuff!

On the other hand, if you were able to name at least 3 of these right off the bat – kisses to you (with tongue).

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