The Clean Ad Dilemma
The transience and subtlety of reverse graffiti can make for provocative artist/brand Collaborations, but at what cost?
The CAN(vas) Art Drop Gives Recycling Clout
No Love City, a street-art-inspired clothing brand, is hosting its first online art show in a new series featuring artwork on spray paint cans.
Press Release: WE RISE 20 Years After 9/11
In memory and in honor of those affected by 9/11, we present “We Rise” a twenty-year-memorial exhibition at One Art Space curated by Karin Batten to feature artists whom all have direct personal experience with 9/11.
Malcolm’s Reign: Episode #003
The third installment of Richard Santiago II’s graffiti-themed comic strip, serialized exclusively at UP. Stay tuned for more!
Press Release: CHAPEL AT SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW
CHAPEL is a new show themed around the idea of heresy, showing until September 12th at 625 Madison Avenue.
How to Turn Your Favorite Mural into a Tattoo
A perspective on a piece of art and its transformation from wall to skin. We talk to a regular dude, inspired by a mural, and the artist whose work inspired him.
The Boys from the Heights at Graffiti HeArt
Graffiti legends Mike 171, SJK 171, Taki 183, JEC *, and Henry 161 headlined a three-day event at Cleveland’s Graffiti HeArt. Read what happens when Cleveland gets some of the classic Washington Heights grit and hospitality.
Landon Scott: A Family Matter
Minneapolis-based artist Landon Scott was drawn back into painting by making art with his daughter. Scott’s vibrant paintings show us how putting your heart into your work makes it even more rewarding when you put it out into the world.
Press Release: ANTHONY SIMS – DICHOTOMY
Anthony Sims presents “Dichotomy,” the story of the war between digital and analog artists.
Show Review: Jorge Torrealba – Discount for Ugly People
Emma review’s Jorge Torrealba – Discount for Ugly People on view at One Art Space.