Coverage of “PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy” via SensesLost, Brooklyn Street Art, and Unurth

July 9, 2010

Below are some wonderful links to Senses Lost , Brooklyn Street Art, and Unurth which conducted some wonderful coverage of “PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy.” You can check out the exclusive SensesLost(HERE) x PaperMonster Interview covering everything leading up to the solo show. Check out more news and info on all of the sites below.

Via SensesLost:

What do you want people to take away from your show?

Overall I want people to take away two things. The first is this sense of chaos as to what to start with first; the collage; the portraits; the textures, and just dive deep into each piece. This is the perfect time to just spend hours exploring all of the pieces together and there are some real surprises in this show. The second thing I want people to take away is a sense of inspiration. At the end of the day that is what all artists are trying to do; to inspire ordinary people to express themselves in unique and artistic ways…..For More Visit (HERE)

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Brooklyn Street Art showcased a ton of exlusive detail images and process photos which you can check out here:
Finally, check out Unurth which has by far become one of the most impressive sites to view pure urban/street art at the highest level. For more of Unurth visit: http://unurth.com/

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