I’m honored to be a part of Walls & Frames, Maximiliano Ruiz’s newest book with Gestalten. The book is a collection of recent fine art pieces by artists who have established themselves both in the streets and in galleries. The book will be released in early October internationally.
More info about the book and where to purchase it here.
I’ve been a contributor and editor for Modart Magazine for a few years now so needless to say I’m proud and happy to see the new Modart Book #2 finally out. Harlan Levey, Modart’s editor in chief, has been working tirelessly to make this book happen and become the first official guide to the art movement known as Moussism as well as presenting stories and various projects he’s been directly or indirectly involved in from the past few years.
Artists in the book include:
Zoe Strauss (USA), Jeroen Jongeleen (NL), David Shrigley (UK), Abner Preis (USA), Willehad Eilers (DE), East Eric (FR), Nomad (DE), Mark Jenkins (USA) and Will Barras (UK), Dadara (NL), Logan Hicks (USA), The Math Rat (BZ), Morcky Troubles (IT), Alex Diamond (DE), Admir Jahic / The Invisible Heroes (CH), Faith47 (SA), Swanksi (PL), Byram (BE), Boris Hoppek (DE), H. Beagle (USA), ROA (BE), Smash137 (CH). and myself.
You can find out more HERE
well they will be on the shelves April 7th.
Part of the new Penguin Essentials series. Available HERE.
Tomorrow, Thursday Dec. 2nd 6-9pm, I’ll be taking part in a group show at StolenSpace Gallery in London. The show, “Never Judge…?”, is being put on in collaboration with Penguin Books and each artist created a unique book cover for the show. The list of artists is enormous. You can see it by clicking on the gallery link. ‘Cat in the Hat’ was the very first book I ever read.
Acrylic on wood
I also was asked a few months ago by Penguin Books to recreate the book cover of Herman Hesse’s “Steppenwolf” as part of their new Penguin Essentials Collection. It’s a classic book and an incredible opportunity I couldn’t say no to. StolenSpace and Penguin will be releasing an edition of 10 signed giclee prints of the cover I created. If you can’t get one of the prints (or even if you can) you should pick up a copy of the book when it is released in April 2011.
I was incredibly honored when a few months back Tristan Manco asked me to design the cover for his newest book, Street Sketchbook Journeys. The book is a more in-depth look at the processes and journeys involved in the work of 30 artists. It’s a sequel to his last bestseller, Street Sketchbooks. So it’s finally finished and printed and here’s how it looks. This will just be the cover for the UK version of the book, sorry to all those everywhere else. But if you really want to get this one you can always order it from the UK Amazon site as well.
Pictures On Walls will also be hosting an exhibition with original works from every artist in the book, myself included obviously. The show opens on October 1st, If you’re around London don’t miss it.
October 1st – 15th
Pictures on Walls
46-48 Commercial Street