Archive for July, 2012

Lalo Cota ~ Golden Rule Tattoo, Roosevelt Row

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

On the side of Golden Rule Tattoo (Roosevelt & 2nd St)

Sentrock & Leter ~ Record Reporter Rooftop, Central

Monday, July 30th, 2012

Lauren Lee’s Three Birds on GreenHaus ~ Roosevelt Row

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Lauren Lee was chosen in GreenHaus‘ call to artists recently to paint a fresh mural on the side of the building, located at 3rd St & Roosevelt

Photos by Niba

Black Bean-Sun Dried Tomato Taco ~ Jobot Coffee Shop

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

 

Black bean-sun dried tomato spread with pesto and spinach taco from Jobot Coffee Shop

Mes One & Breeze’s Quetzalcoatl Twins ~ Calle 16

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

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Community Art Project ~ 25th St & Thomas, Street Tour

Sunday, July 22nd, 2012

25th St & Thomas

Sentrock’s “A Fools Crown”, Steady Grindin’ Award Ceremony, July 31st

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Before he moves to Chicago, Joseph “Sentrock” Perez has organized one last farewell to the city with his Steady Grindin’ Award Ceremony, which honors one artist from a pool of six, nominated for Progressiveness, Originality, Work Ethic and Community involvement. The ceremony will take place at Lost Leaf on July 31. Voting can only be done at six locations around the valley.

The artists include: Ashley Macias, Monica Robles, Issac Caruso, Lauren Lee, Hope Thru Art, and Eric Cox.

Visit the Steady Grindin’ Award facebook event page for a list of locations to cast ballots.

A Fools Crown from Joshua Rhodes on Vimeo.

Sentrock’s “A Fools Crown”, in collaboration with Joshua Rhodes

Jetsonorama, Breeze, Greyeyes ~ The Painted Desert Project, Part Three, Navajo Nation

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Jetsonorama

Thomas “Breeze” Marcus

Breeze X Jetsonorama

Tom Greyeyes

Photos by Chip Thomas, Breeze, & Phxtaco

In the remote landscapes of Northeastern Arizona, international and local artists alike have come together for an ambitious endeavor dubbed, “The Painted Desert Project”. Organized by AZ-based Jetsonorama and Yote, it aims to put the spotlight on a region and people too often overlooked and misunderstood. By painting murals on food stands and dilapidated structures around the reservation, the farthest of which span 125 miles, they hope the millions of tourists visiting the Grand Canyon each year will be encouraged to stop and enjoy what Navajo culture has to offer. Artists involved in the project include Jetsonorama, Yote, Thomas “Breeze”, Tom Greyeyes, Overunder, Doodles, Gaia and Labrona.

View Part One and Part Two of our Painted Desert Series

Karl Addison’s “Long Silent Scream” on Giant Coffee

Monday, July 16th, 2012

Long Silent Scream from kat nania on Vimeo.

Artist: Karl Addison – idrawalot.com
Cinematography/Editing: Kat Nania / Kendon Photography – kendonphotography.com
Thanks to Chris Nieto of Shepley Bulfinch for providing the wall, and to MTN paints and Roosevelt Row for helping make this project possible!

Karl Addison grew up in Phoenix and owns Idrawalot Gallery in Berlin, Germany, where he now lives. He completed this mural on Giant Coffee (McDowell & 1st St.) in Phoenix in March of 2012.

For more of his work, visit www.idrawalot.com

“Flowers for Frederick” ~ Yote

Friday, July 13th, 2012

From Yote‘s flickr:

Frederick Brown recently passed away and I wanted to dedicate this mural to him. It is entitled “Flowers for Frederick.” He was best known for his portraits of jazz singers and musicians. I talked to him on the phone this spring in hopes to get advice on how to loosen up my style and not be such a perfectionist from a real expressionist. He was too sick to talk for long but I do know he used to instruct students to complete two dozen paintings in a week and things like that to get them out of their head and into painting.