Bradley Theodore Exhibition

Bradley Theodore Exhibition At Art Basel Miami Beach

Theodore reimagines photographs of cultural and historical icons, including Andy Warhol, Audrey Hepburn, and Charlie Chaplin, from the Shutterstock Editorial collection into his signature colorful skeletal designs The two-day collaborative exhibition will kick-off with an exclusive VIP launch party at a private bungalow at the W South Beach on December 1. The bungalows will undergo a dramatic high-impact exterior takeover, where Theodore has created a custom 25 feet high and 33 feet wide mural wall that sweeps across the exterior, starring diverse global icons throughout history, such as Freddie Mercury, Prince, Jimmy Hendrix and Josephine Baker, on view through Sunday, … Read more

Rolling Stones Mural

Rainbow Vomit Creates Rolling Stones Mural for Upcoming Cotton Bowl Concert

Dallas #1 Immersive Art Exhibit’s Homage on Display for Limited Time In advance of their newest installation this winter, Rainbow Vomit is the place to be seen in Dallas. The creatives behind Rainbow Vomit, Dallas’ #1 rated immersive art exhibit, have captured the spirit of the Stones as they unveil an unparalleled homage to the rock and roll royalty on the façade of their and neighboring Italian restaurant and record lounge Tarintino’s storefront in Expo Park, which is located across from Fair Park. “The Rolling Stones are iconic in so many ways. To show our excitement for their upcoming concert at … Read more

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Leake Street: London’s graffiti tunnel

Leake Street, or Banksy Tunnel is a famous graffiti tunnel in Lambeth, London. There are many locations in London where street art can be seen, and Leake Street is definitely one of the best places to go. The tunnel is part of the Leake Street Arches and is London’s largest legal street art area. It’s been showcasing incredible creations for years, including some original work by Banksy, and has long been somewhat of a hidden gem to explore. The tunnel became one of the world’s most famous street art spots in May 2008, after Banksy launched the Cans Festival. The … Read more