DAIN intriguingly combines the visual language of graffiti with old Hollywood glamour.
One of the most influential street artists to emerge from New York City,
to Instagram posts to his over one million followers to his works of fine art.
Poet R.M. Drake's distinctive prose compels its readers in all its forms from stenciled poems on Wynwood sidewalks
Joey Goldman, aka Gold Man, takes the viewer on a celestial journey with his vibrant collection of gleaming acrylic and glitter-covered canvases.
The broad range of works in “Stardust” shimmer with intense luster, each piece uniquely complex.
Forbes, “Alec Monopoly’s Graffiti Celebrity Portraits And Monopoly Man Are A Hit With The Rich And Famous”
“So who is the real Alec Monopoly? While his true identity remains a mystery, chances are if you live in Los Angeles, New York, Miami or London, you’ve probably driven past one of his street murals featuring widely-known, wealthy pop-culture figures from childhood, like the Monopoly Man, Richie Rich or Uncle Scrooge, or his interpretations of celebrity icons such as Michael Jackson, Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson, Goldie Hawn and Twiggy. He has also painted on Richard Corman’s photographs of Madonna from the 1980s. His client list includes …”
Architectural Digest, “More Than 100 LEGO Sculptures Are On View at Paris’s Porte De Versailles”
“Sculptor Nathan Sawaya isn’t concerned with materials like bronze or plaster. His latest exhibit, on view at the Porte de Versailles in Paris, features larger-than-life creations made in a medium often associated with child’s play: LEGO bricks.
‘The Art of the Brick’ showcases more than 100 sculptures, a collection that occupies about 16,000 square feet. Sawaya used over a million meticulously stacked LEGOs in assembling the works, which range from the everyday to the extraordinary…”