Posts Tagged ‘murals’

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Photos: PaperMonster x Take5 x Governors Ball 2016

June 9, 2016

Below are a bunch of shots from our latest project painting alongside Joe Iurato (HERE), Peter Ferrari (HERE), Hamilton Glass (HERE), the Yok and Sheryo (HERE) at Randall’s Island in New York for the 2016 Governors Ball music festival (HERE). We each created interactive murals for festivalgoers and you can see some of the silly shots we took across the festival. It was a blast!!!

For more progress photos visit: https://papermonster.wordpress.com/2016/06/09/progress-photos-papermonster-x-take5-x-governors-ball-2016/

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Hamilton Glass (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall20Joe Iurato (HERE)

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Me and Joe Iurato (HERE) messing with Snapchat FiltersPaperMonster-MuralSnapchat1PaperMonster-GovBall17PaperMonster-GovBall15PaperMonster-GovBall14PaperMonster-GovBall13

Hamilton Glass (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall16PaperMonster-GovBall8

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The Yok and Sheryo (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall32

Peter Ferrari (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall31PaperMonster-GovBall28

Hamilton Glass (HERE) PaperMonster-GovBall27

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Hamilton Glass (HERE) and Joe Iurato (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall25PaperMonster-GovBall29

Snapchat recognizes my artwork and can even place some cool filters on them!!PaperMonster-GovBall30PaperMonster-GovBall9PaperMonster-GovBall1PaperMonster-GovBall2PaperMonster-GovBall3PaperMonster-GovBall4PaperMonster-GovBall5

The Yok and Sheryo (HERE)PaperMonster-GovBall6PaperMonster-GovBall7

The Yok and Sheryo (HERE)

For More on Take5 visit: http://take5.tumblr.com/

Enjoy

PaperMonster

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New Brunswick Murals feat PaperMonster

March 23, 2009
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With the weather getting better everyday, I had the great opportunity to paint along with Leon Rainbow (NJ), Eric Kennedy (PA), Will Kasso (NJ), Jos-L (NJ), Peter Krsko (NJ), and myself PaperMonster (NJ). Albus Cavus (HERE) organized a fantastic installation of murals on the intersections of Courtland Street and Duke Street in New Brunswick, NJ. I had the privilege to paint alongside Will Kasso (HERE) who is an incredibly artist with huge talent for working on any space. Check out images below from the day and if you are in the New Brunswick area make sure to stop by to catch the murals for yourself.

New PaperMonster Stencil. Keep and eye out for this in the coming weeks.
Will Kasso laying down some outlines

Kasso really did a great job with bring both sides of the mural together.
Leon Rainbow’s piece. Incredible work.
Peter Krsko’s piece. Great Job Peter!!



Putting on the final touches and the sun came out right on time.
Will Kasso (HERE) and PaperMonster
Final mural. Thanks to everyone for a fantastic day!
Enjoy
-Paper Monster
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Art Camp (Asbury Park, NJ) Sat Sept 13th feat PaperMonster

September 13, 2008
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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.
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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 http://www.papermonster.org and http://www.myspace.com/stevensultanm
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