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The Juxtapoz Magazine Stencil Issue Initiative Continues

July 14, 2010
There has been a huge amount of support for the Juxtapoz Magazine Stencil Issue Initiative which you can read more about here:
http://papermonster.wordpress.com/2010/07/12/juxtapoz-stencil-issue-initiative-please-re-post/
The entire goal is to produce an issue focusing on stencils as tools for art whether it be used by urban artists or fine artists to demonstrate the power of stencil art. Art Nouveau has a wonderful post on their site covering the story and how you can help support the project. Check it out here:
http://www.an-mag.com/juxtapoz-not-interested-in-papermonsters-stencil-issue/
Check out some great examples of stencil art and artists incorporating stencils as a tool into their artwork below.
Click on image to visit site.
Os Gemeos
Yoskay Yamamoto
Banksy
Swoon
It is interesting to see that some of the most successful and inspiration artists today incorporate a stenciling technique in their work.
Enjoy
PaperMonster
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PaperMonster @ Art Basel 2009

December 7, 2009
This year’s Art Basel 2009 in Miami, Florida was a fun blast of events, shows, painting, and parties!! I will be posting a huge amount of photos over the course of this and next week so you can see the projects that I worked on as well as many of the fairs and shows that I visited along the way. Below is just a small taste of what is to come!! Enjoy!!
Working on some outdoor “black holes” Detail shot during the live painting session at Urbanite Bistro
Tara McPherson sticker and PaperMonster sticker in Wynwood
Group shot of Art Whino Gallery Artists in attendance for the opening parties!! More to come.

Gallery exhibition photos from Art Whino Gallery’s main exhibition
Stay posted all this week for more!!
PaperMonster
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Painting With A Hand Brush??

September 2, 2009
Leslie Granda-Hill (HERE) sent over some beautiful photos of lasts weeks panting session in Trenton, NJ. These are by far my favorite photos. In the first picture you can see my technique of using my hand as a paint brush. I use my hands to paint, paste, and spray my stencils on canvas so it is something I feel comfortable doing on a wall, eventhough the washing my hands part is not fun when there is no running water around. For More of Leslie’s Photography visit: http://www.lesliegrandahill.com/



Enjoy
PaperMonster
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