Went by the Armory and Scope shows this weekend.  Here are some of my favorite pieces from D*Face, Risk, RETNA, FAILE, and some others.






CRASH @ TT Underground

March 12, 2012

Stopped by Toy Tokyo over the weekend and checked out Crash’s work.

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Andre Woolery, a self-taught artist who lives and works in Harlem, has crafted portraits of black icons ranging from President Barack Obama to Kanye West using thousands and thousands of the brightly colored pushpins.

Many of those portraits, which are between two and nine feet tall, were on display at TriBeca’s Frontrunner Gallery, in a show aptly titled “Bruised Thumbs.”



The L.A. Weekly celebrated Valentine’s Day 2012 with a new red, black and white façade painted by artists Raoul and Davide Perre, known as How & Nosm.

The concept is loosely, “messages in a bottle,” representing perhaps those the newspaper delivers every week, yet conveyed via familiar surrealist How & Nosm imagery: fish, hands, faces, hearts and brains, plus secret visuals we may never decipher. The final work is a series of colorful bottles, some of which incorporate the windows of the building.

(Source: LA WEEKLY How + Nosm Paint the L.A. Weekly Building)

Bansky vs Robbo

February 13, 2012

Do you like Ron English’s Obama??