Chris Haven, The Smile of Denver’s Walls
Learn about the life and work of Chris Haven, a Denver-based graffiti artist, musician, and skateboarder whose signature pyramid character reminds Denver residents to take care of themselves, have a sense of humor, and keep smiling.
Remembering Phase 2 Through His Final Writings
Phase 2 (Michael Lawrence Marrow) was an early innovator of the Aerosol Art movement, as well as a prominent writer in 1970’s subway writing era and impresario of hip hop culture. After his passing in 2019, he left behind Prafodivi, an eclectic collection of writing about his experiences.
Perfect Strangers: Android Oi & Josie Woods at Sour Mouse
Sour Mouse NYC has developed a new series of art show, showcasing collaborations between up-and-coming artists with veterans in the game. The first pair of collaborators in this series is Android Oi and Josie Woods.
Jonathon Shannon: Reverse Reality
Multimedia artist Jonathon Shannon talks all things art and life with UP staff writer Tyler Bruett, from getting kicked out of bars to painting in Central Park. Shannon’s new series, Reverse Reality, explores the complex and nuanced artistic philosophy he’s developed across his varied career.
SacSix: Enter the Void
Thursday, March 3, SacSix’s new collection at Sour Mouse, “Enter the Void,” will open. Editor-in-chief T.K. Mills interviews the veteran street artist about what makes this exhibition special.
Early Riser’s New York
Early Riser has cemented herself as a dynamic multimedia artist whose wide oeuvre spans from impassioned politics to heartfelt pet portraits. Emma, a fellow native New Yorker, spoke to her about her origins as a printmaker and how a mural of Prince led her into street art.
Female Sticker Bomber Series: I HeartsNY
A Valentine’s Day Q&A with HeartsNY, the New York sticker artist who wants to bring people together one paper heart at a time.
D Wei: Bubble Tea Rex’s Kindness is the Drink of Choice
A Q&A with D. Wei, the artist behind the adorable “Bubble Tea Rex” sticker taking New York by storm with kindness.
Ode to Broken Things
Ode to Broken Things – A show produced and curated by Dan Leibel of Giant Ledge Productions set at 17 Frost Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, featuring two artists with an unforgettable synergy