Posts Tagged ‘asbury park art’


Asbury Park, NJ “Memento Mori” Group Show feat PaperMonster

August 20, 2009
On Saturday, August 22nd right after the Jersey Fresh (HERE) Graffiti Jam I will be heading over for the opening of “Memento Mori” group show over at Parlor Gallery (HERE) in Asbury Park, NJ. The shows feature a group of artists working with themes of beauty, death and from the looks of the line-up my favorite medium: Paper!! The artists include: PaperMonster, Derek Gores, Mike Egan, Jordan Eagles, Zane Lewis, Viva Van Stor, and Tim Liddy. I will be at the event handing out stickers and Parlor Gallery is a beautiful spot extremely close to the beach and always full of great times. Catch more info below:
Parlor Gallery (HERE)
717 Cookman Ave
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
August 22nd 7-11pm


Zane Lewis
Jordan Eagles
Derek Gores
Mike Egan

NJ: Oh Say Can You SCREEN! Asbury Lanes Group Show feat PaperMonster

July 21, 2009
This past fourth of July weekend marked the opening of “Oh Say Can You Screen” group show at the Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park, NJ (HERE). The show featured screen printed works from some incredibly talented artists. If you have not been to the Asbury Lanes, it is a place that you do not want to miss out. There is never a dull moment. Catch more of the Asbury Lanes at the following link:
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Photos: MF Gallery x Asbury Lanes and Parlor Gallery Opening Receptions

May 18, 2009
This past weekend marked two great openings. The first was Parlor Gallery’s solo show (HERE) of Mark Mothersbaugh’s work and some additional pieces including the PaperMonster laser skate deck and works from Jeff Hand (below) and Hannah Stouffer’s illustrations (below). The second opening took place at the Asbury Lanes and was put together by MF Gallery (NYC) and it had a great lineup of artwork including PaperMonster and several other talented artists. One of the highlights of the night was the performance from Dethrace which was jawdropping to see the constumes and music together. You can catch some images below from the entire night:::
PaperMonster- Stencil Collage On Canvas titled Comfort
Asbury Lanes x MF Gallery Opening Reception

Jeff Hands’s piece made of fabric.
PaperMonster and Hannah Stouffers work

Parlor Gallery Opening Reception.

MF Gallery X Asbury Lanes featuring PaperMonster May 16th

May 14, 2009
This upcoming weekend on May 16th, Asbury Park will hold its art festival where there will be performances, vendors, food, and beautiful art. MF Gallery (HERE) will be having a great show and party over at the Abury Lanes on Saturday May 16th that will featuring artists such as: Frank Russo, Martina Secondo Russo, Death Head, Angie Mason, Joe Simko, Morg, Nicoz Balboa, Drew Maillard, Paper Monster, Aaron Tompkins, Rodrigo Melo, and Mike Bell.
You can catch more info and a preview of the show on the show and opening party by clicking on the flier/images below or vist:
Also make sure to check out Parlor Gallery and the fantastic line-up of events they have for the weekend over at:
I hope to see you there.

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PaperMonster-Snake Bite
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Paper Monster


Art Camp (Asbury Park, NJ) Sat Sept 13th feat PaperMonster

September 13, 2008
If you are in the NJ or NY area, come down to this great project featuring an installation of works from PaperMonster and Steven Sultan. It opens at 8pm over at Art Camp: Asbury Park Boardwalk at 1000 Ocean Ave. NJ Here are some preview images of the show. Enjoy

Reach The Beach Mural by PaperMonster
Massive wall. These eyes you can see from blocks away through the windows of the gallery.

Collaborative piece with Paper Monster and Steven Sultan.
Via Sarah Potter
—–On Saturday September 13, Art Camp the opening of “Last Stop,” an installation of work by stencil artist, PaperMonster and photographer, Steven Sultan. The event is sponsored by CryBaby Art Gallery and will be held at Art Camp on the Asbury Park Boardwalk at 1000 Ocean Ave.

The artists joined forces to create an art installation full of vivid colors, texture, and beauty. PaperMonster’s stencil artwork combines various forms of collage to bring texture and depth to his pieces which focus on emotional snapshots and facial expressions of women. Steven Sultan’s photography captures and dives deeper into the texture which is created within street and subway advertisements as people take an active role in its urban decay. Together, they will take on an “subway station/platform” inspired theme which will bring together street art techniques to create an urban aesthetic packed with emotions of adventure, love and mystery.

The artists opened the doors to their live installation on Saturday, September 6th and invited the public and specifically, local street artists to participate in the event. The grand unveiling of the entire installation on Saturday, September 13th with music and entertainment.

Please join us in Asbury Park for this unique and remarkable event. It will begin at 9p.m. at 1000 Ocean Ave Asbury Park NJ 07712. There is a suggested donation of $10. For more photos of the artists’ work, please visit and