Archive for April, 2010

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Studio Shots

April 30, 2010
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All Smiles

April 28, 2010
What could the other half be?
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PaperMonster
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Vegetarian

April 27, 2010
I doubt he is.
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-PaperMonster
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My Madness

April 22, 2010
I have been preparing for my solo show (more details coming soon!!) and 6++ group shows in the next couple of months and I don’t think I have ever painted this much in my life!! Check out a tiny preview of what has turned up from the madness.

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PaperMonster

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Orlando, FL “Something Worth Going To” May 21st

April 21, 2010
As promised here is more info on the “Something Worth Going To” event taking place at the Cameo Theater in Orlando, Florida on May 21st. The artist line-up is impressive and I am extremely honored to be part of the show. Check out the show info on the image below for all of the show information and look out for some preview images of some of the pieces that will be part of the show. For more info check out the sites below.
www.RedefineBoutique.com
www.InprogressMag.com
NATE VAN DYKE :: PAPERMONSTER :: BRENT NOLASCO :: BAYO ::
MR. SAY :: CHERRI WOOD :: DECOY :: CHRISTOPHER UMANA ::
SANDI CALISTRO :: LUCY FUR :: RYAN MAUSKOPF :: SOCKY CHOP ::
RAGGATRON :: NEOSOE :: HYDRO 74 :: DRES 13 :: SWAMBURGER ::
PETER VAN FLORES III :: VICKI PAGES :: MONSTRO :: MOON ::
TOBAR :: STOIC :: ARK-1 :: LOAF NINJA :: BRIAN HEETER ::
GERMAN LEMUS :: THE PARKER BROS :: JOSE HENAO :: ANTOINE WILLIAMS :: PATRICK DEIGNAN :: ADRIAAN MOL :: NOMAK :: PETERSON G :: & MORE

May 21st & 22nd
The Cameo Theater
1013 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
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PaperMonster

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Don’t Hide

April 19, 2010
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Friends: The Art of JOKA

April 16, 2010
There are very few artists that impress me in the art world as many people just want to make something quick and “sell-able.” JOKA (HERE) is one of the handful of people that I am completely blow away with in terms of how much time and just hist entire technique to painting. JOKA’s “brush” is a toothpick(s)! You have to see his work to really understand but each painting is made up of thousands of small dots painted on using toothpicks dipped in paint and then used as a brush. The amount of dedication and time he puts in his work is just remarkable. JOKA just recently opened his second solo show at Art N Souls Studios (HERE) and will be having many more exciting work coming out throughout the year. Check out more of his work below or visit his site over at:
http://joka444.com/

Thousands of small dots.


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PaperMonster