Jay Howell Paints Mural Inside Babylon LA


Illustrator Jay Howell is the artists behind Bob’s Burgers, created a mural for Babylon LA. Howell throughout the video shows his process of how creates a piece from beginning to end. Check out the photos for close up details, and the video below to view his process.

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Lonac: Beating Hear Mural


Croatian street artist Lonac, has created a mural of a realistic human heart. The artist captures the human heart, and incorporates the arteries by using the building pipes too. The artist does a great job of keeping the heart anatomically correct for a large scape mural piece. Be on the look out for more of Lonac’s […]

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Building Stages: Robert Maloney and Chelsea Revelle


Reception: Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016 / 5:30–7:30pm (RSVP here) Artist talk: Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 / 5:30–6:30pm (RSVP here) Mixed-media and assemblage artists Robert Maloney and Chelsea Revelle explore concepts of memory through peeling layers, overlapping imagery, and discarded remains that evoke past and future narratives. Guest juror: acclaimed documentary filmmaker and Emerson College Professor John Gianvito. Gallery hours: Mon-Tues: 7am–3pm / Wed-Fri: 7am–6pm *and […]

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Pan Verdadero (True Bread)


Pan Verdadero (True Bread) by Neil Leonard On View from January 16th to February 28th, 2016 Opening: Friday, January 15th from 6-8:00pm Boston, MA- Boston Cyberarts Gallery is proud to present Pan Verdadero (True Bread), an 8 channel sound installation containing two video projections. Focusing on los pregoneros, the street vendors of Cuba, True Bread reconstructs the sonic environment of urban Cuba that emerged following the […]

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Galatea Fine Art – February 2016

Against the Current

Brenda van der Beek: Paradoxical Daydreams Diane Novetsky: EARTHSHIFTER Connie Bigony and Yvonne Lamothe: Fauvistically SpeakingFebruary 3-28, 2016 Opening Reception:  February 5, 2016, 6-8pm Brenda van der Beek: Paradoxical Daydreams “My geometric abstractions are a composition of the urgent and the random, the rational and the irrational, the calm and the chaotic. I am interested […]

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Stained Glass Sculpture by SOFTlab


SOFTlab was commisioned to create a stained glass installation for Behance‘s office in New York. The installation features Adobe, Behance’s parent company’s brand colors. It is located in the stairway, and connects from the ceiling to the lower levels. You can visit SOFTlab‘s site for more information about them.

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Microsoft’s Mural Project


Microsoft launches a mural project with POW! WOW! The photos above give an idea and a glimpse of the 17 different murals created. A number of different artists are involved in this project, and the murals are featured in 12 different countries.

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James Jean: Year of the Monkey Print


Taiwanese-American artist James Jean, has collaborated with Beats By Dre to release headphones. The artist will also be releasing a print, with the topic of Chinese New Year for the Year of the Monkey. The entire piece is 24 ¼” × 18″ on cotton rag paper, and each print is signed and numbered. The limited edition […]

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LIGHT.MATTER.ENERGY Sculpture and Paintings by Marjorie Kaye January 25-February 25, 2016 Artist’s Reception:  February 4, 6-8pm HARBOR GALLERY University of Massachusetts, Boston The spacious exhibition rooms at Harbor Gallery at the University of Massachusetts in Boston will be hosting the work of Marjorie Kaye, who will be showing sculpture, both wall relief and free standing, […]

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Covet: New paintings of Paul Walcott


MOVIMIENTO Gallery Visit MOVIMIENTO this month to see “Covet”,  new work by Paul Walcott MOVIMIENTO  450 Harrison Ave. Lower Gallery Level, Suite # 61 www.MOVIMIENTOgallery.com

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