Its great to see the process an artist uses in creating his work and what influences him. I respect this artists work greatly as I’ve seen him develop his style from its infancy to the present. This video byElement Tree short video captures a glimpse of Distort, his process and some of his surroundings. Enjoy!
Looks like the good folks at Montana Colors have put out an environmentally friendly spray paint that can be used with paint brush and watered down or used directly on a wall. Lets see how this stuff works. MONTANA COLORS WATER BASED SPRAYPAINT 300ml from Montana Colors on Vimeo.
Freshly Baked Prints and NYRA present the AQUEDUCT MURALS: GALLERY SHOW, following the success of the recent ‘Aqueduct Murals Project’ On display will be original works as well as limited edition prints by Joe Iurato, Chris Stain, Rubin, JMR, Ian Kuali’i, Shai Dahan, Then One, LNY, REKA, Kevin Bourgeois, Ellis Gallagher and BilliKid! When: Tonight!!! […]
Tomorrow August 8th, 2013 Freshly Painted Gallery is having it’s inaugural show from 6-9pm at 383 Monmouth St. Jersey City, NJ 07302. I’ll have some paintings on display as well as a limited edition print release for sale. Come check out a mix of artists from Australia and the States as well as a few […]
Recently teamed up with street beast Distort to paint a wall in Jersey City, NJ. The concept of the wall stems from the idea that as children of the street we’ve learned most of our way through the struggle of survival. In a sense this is the way of the wolf, an animal that has […]