Posts Tagged ‘graffiti mural’


PaperMonster Time-lapse Video: Solo Show Opening July 2nd

June 30, 2010
I am excited to share with you this time-lapse video of me painting one of the largest wall pieces I have ever done! This monster is twice my size in height reaching about 12 feet tall with incredible colors, textures, and layers. You have to see it for yourself to check out how wonderful it turned out. The video below captures every step of the process so it is a MUST SEE!! For more info on my solo show opening this Friday, July 2nd visit:
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Check out the entire video on Vimeo or Youtube Below
PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy @ Vincent Michael Gallery Time-Lapse from PaperMonster on Vimeo.or

Massive Scale
PaperMonster At Work
Vincent Michael Gallery Opening July 2nd


September 19th: Street 2K9 New Brunskwick, NJ presented by Albus Cavus

September 11, 2009
I am extremely excited for this years Streets 2K9 which will take place in New Brunswick, NJ September 19th. Last years mural turned out great with a huge number of artists and artists turning out for the event and this year it will only be bigger. It is always great to paint with great friends and they always push you to go big and step your game up to a new level. Hope to see you there. For more info visit:

PaperMonster @ Streets 2K8

PaperMonster at work.


MUST VISIT: Albus Cavus Mural Jam DC Sat Aug 15th

August 15, 2009
This is a must visit event. Albus Cavus (HERE) has put together a historic mural project/jam. View more info below::
Info Via (HERE)

If you’re in Washington DC this weekend, be sure to head along Metro’s Red Line to the Rhode Island Avenue station and check out a massive 500 feet long wall that’s being turned into the largest mural of its kind in the city.

On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., more than 100 artists will add to it at a mural jam. The public is invited to help paint and enjoy live music, DJs, food and activities for kids.

The jam is sponsored by the D.C. government and the nonprofit group Albus Cavus, which aims to beautify neighborhoods by creating works of art.

Rhode Island Avenue Shopping Center, 680 Rhode Island Ave. NE (Metro: Rhode Island).