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Category Archives: art
SpY recently completed an installation in Madrid titled “Cameras” which is a visual commentary on the ever expanding presence of surveillance in the modern world.
Banksy is at it again, continuing to challenge the art world as a whole, this time by offering his art in a place most gallery dwelling hipsters and the few true art collectors in this world wouldn’t be caught dead… Continue reading
One of the things that I always say I love about LA is that you never know what you will find behind the doors of this city. No matter what the facade of the building or the area for… Continue reading
This is one of the best photos I have seen of the legendary Jean Michel Basquiat
Growing up in New Jersey, Asbury Park was always this ghost of a place that you only heard stories about. When I was about 15 my cousins and I started skating a park by the name of Casino Pier skate… Continue reading
. A few times a week I get asked where I got my tattoo. I only have one tattoo, but when people see it or find out I have it they always want to know where I got it. About… Continue reading
I came across this piece by Swoon the other day while walking around the arts district. Growing up, street art was a big influence on my development as an artist. Living in the suburbs of New Jersey, a short train… Continue reading
A few days ago, Soul Assassins held an event at Gram and Papas in downtown Los Angeles. While the usual SA artists like Estevan Oriol and Mr. Cartoon were present and impressive as always, Patrick Martinez’s piece impressed me the… Continue reading