Dana Woulfe grew up in rural Rhode Island - a graffiti-art desert, if you will - where tags were few and taggers even fewer. After moving to Boston in ’97 to attend Mass Art the graft-inspired artist found his craft and his niche, expanding on the art rather than complying with it.
Via Melbourne, Australia via the Soviet Union, DIY savant Stanislava Pinchuk – or Miso, as she artistically authorizes – creates and shares beautiful hand-mades. She creates without dimensional limitations, sketching, designing, tattooing and publishing.
You may know Mr. Dela Deso's work because of its pop nature, bright coloring and uniquely grimy characters, including portraits of Basquiat whose face looks like it's about to melt off onto his clothing, and half-naked chicks with slimy and delicious looking pizza slices for pasties.
Guantanamo Baywatch has perfected new-age basement rock, a caliber last heard in 70's rockabilly. From the depths of their jam-space basement, guitarist Jason Powell, bassist Chevelle Wiseman and drummer Chris Michael breed a punky surf rock sound both familiar and well set apart from early surf sounds of the 50's.
Cecilia Romero think it’s totally inspiring looking at a blank wall. The bigger the better in fact. So when she had the opportunity to painter a humungous wall in Silverlake at a local grocery store called Yummy.com, she made it her mission to splash her colorful and bubbly styled paintings across the immense public canvas.
Our good friend and wildly talented creative person, David Buckley Borden opened his new art show Wild West at BDGA store in Boston a little over a week ago. The show is a multi-disciplinary art and design installation orchestrated by Borden that focuses on America’s conflicted relationship with its landscape and natural resources.