I recently became very busy during my travels. From Guatemala to Costa Rica I was touring around, backpacking, and checking out the sites. In San Jose, Costa Rica, however, I bunch of opportunities to paint came my way and I jumped on it. Here are … Continue readingMurals In San Jose, Costa Rica
My latest painting. This one is done with acrylic wall paint, about 7×7 feet and done on a metal door of El Buho Vegetariano restaurant in San Jose, Costa Rica. I´m hoping to find some more walls to paint on my travels in Central America this Winter … Continue readingPainting in the streets of San Jose, Costa Rica
– Last Fall I was fortunate enough to be part of En Masse’s biggest project yet! 30 artists got together to take over one whole room at the Museum of Fine Art of Montreal! It was a huge success and loads of fun. Check out … Continue readingEn Masse @ le Musee des Beaux Arts de Montreal
‘Other’ is a Canadian artist who’s work I’ve been admiring for years in the streets of Montreal. Other started out painting freight trains in the late 80s and is now doing street art and exhibitions around the world. Other’s paintings are typically quite colourful mashups of patterns, … Continue readingFeature on ‘Other’
Beautifully tormenting. Ekundayo, who is an LA based artist, has paintings with some serious depth. I really enjoy his use of such vibrant colours within imagery that seem to express struggle, heavily weighted burdens or challenges that one faces. The colour suggests to me that the … Continue readingFeature on Ekundayo
This Thursday, the 21st of October, OMEN, Canada’s renown graffiti artist will be having an art opening at Alibi in Montreal. Featured are some new drawings on the theme of horror and some never before seen oil paintings. OMEN has been painting the streets of … Continue readingOMEN ART SHOW B-sides & horrors in Mtl
Green Graffiti from Andreas Duess on Vimeo. What a great idea! I’d like to see some more of this negative stenciling going on!