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I wanted to say a huge THANKS to everyone who covered the most recent PaperMonster x Abztract “True Identity” print. I am extremely grateful for all of the help from Juxtapoz.com, Vandalog, MyModernMet, Freshnerd, Hooked-blog, Grab Magazine, SpankyStokes, PosterDistrict, Drymounted, Leased Ferrari, Curated Mag, SensesLost, Hypemuch, PostersAndPrintsBlog, Cylones Magazine, The Blot Says, OMGPosters, FlightPattern, World Graffiti, Graggregator, CultureShoq, and many more. If you love art, music, toys, clothing, and everything in between you have to check out the sites listed above. For more info on the PaperMonster Print Visit (HERE)
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I also ran into this AMAZING…like AMAZING piece by Apex. I wish I could see it in real life and experience all of the colors for myself. Click on the image below to view larger!! You will not be dissapointed.
I recently had a chance to sit down and do an interview with SenseLost.com (HERE). Senses Lost is a fantastic site for art news and everything involving urban art and graffiti. I think the interview turned out really well and it gives people a chance to see and learn new sides of PaperMonster. You can read the entire interview at the following link or click on the image below to visit the site:::
“One of my major goals is to inspire and motivate new people to do what I did in taking a risk and an active role to ultimately share what they can create to the world.”-PaperMonster
“With each painting that travels around the world I can’t physically be there next to it at all times to explain what it means but I want the audience to create their own stories and interpretations of what they see and share their love for my work with other people. One of my favorite things is to receive emails or messages from people that truly love what I do and share it with students they teach or their friends. That is when you know that your art has power and really matters.”-PaperMonster