South Park Themed Smart Crew Van

Posted by The G on July 14, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Smart Crew.

South Park - Smart Crew Van

South Park Themed Smart Crew Van

This should not be confused with another Smart Crew van I saw parked in Manhattan a few days ago.

Another angle.

 

 

An Encounter with Artist Beau Stanton

Posted by The G on May 13, 2011 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Beau Stanton.

Beau Stanton and Geoffrey Dicker

Beau Stanton and G

Beau Stanton’s works are awesome!  His paintings have a perfect melding of beauty and chaos.  He draws influences from artists such as Mark Ryden and Robert Williams and has been mentored by Ron English.  Amazing.  I’ve run into Beau Stanton before at art openings, but until we finally decided to match faces with names, I had only been familiar with his work.  I’ve run into him a few times since this photo was taken and it’s always a pleasure to encounter such a talented artist.  A few months ago, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of “South Park,” 15 artists created an homage to the show.  Below is Beau Stanton’s work from the exhibit – “The Ascension of Kenny.”  Thanks to Beau for being super cool and for making such great art!

Acsension of the Kenny (oil, collage and gold leaf) by Beau Stanton

Acsension of the Kenny (oil, collage and gold leaf) by Beau Stanton

South Park Art Exhibit at the Opera Gallery, NYC

Posted by The G on March 31, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

He's Bad by Colin Christian

He's Bad by Colin Christian

New York “South Park” fans, you’re going to love what I am about to tell you!  The Opera Gallery in New York (located at 115 Spring Street) is celebrating 15 years of “South Park” being on the air.  15 artists have created “South Park”-themed art and as you can see, this is not an exhibit you should miss.  The artists featured are Ad Hoc Collective, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Ron English, Mars English, Clark Fox, Naoto Hattori, Kano, Kid Zoom, Kathie Olivas, Greg Craola Simkins, Beau Stanton, Jordan Sotomayor, Trustocorp, Mark Dean Veca, Lindsay Way and Dave White.  The above piece by Colin Christian of Cartman is made out of fiberglass and is enormous!  That’s better than a box of Cheezy Poofs, according2g.

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

The exhibit runs until April 10, 2011.

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