Can’t say enough great things about Akki. I don’t think I know anyone as positive, talented and hard-working; Whatever she imagines, she makes into reality, and it is always AWESOME. She draws, paints, sews, pastes, stands for your rights (to party and the important ones too ;P ) etc.
She’ll be representing #TheProjecto at the EAST Group Exhibition, and present at our 2 studios both days (Nov 18th & 19th), meeting you, sharing her impressive variety of art products and making you smile 😀
Oh and just for you to get an idea of the coolness of this artist, let me tell you that she has collaborated with all three separately, The Projecto, collective blue & The Audacity! No connection in between, just people looking for outstanding creatives, and getting to Akki’s territory, nice!
Yesterday I had a dream-like experience at the Bartholomew Pool called “My Park, My Pool, My City“, here in Austin, Tx. I’ve heard about the outstanding/unusual pieces by Forklift Danceworks but unfortunately, I’ve never seen it in action until yesterday. MIND BLOWN!
They choreograph, integrate, and create an experience that gave me chills, and made me shear a tear or two; the way they expose the everyday art, the common hero, it’s so simple and gorgeous!
Music by our local genius, Graham Reynolds, choreography by Allison Orr & Krissie Marty, performances by the staff at Austin’s Parks & Recreation (PARD)/ Aquatics Program and the community.
Let this fun piece connect you to your community, inner child and humanity in general, your soul would truly appreciate it!
There are a few tickets left here, make sure you get them!
Today is one of our favorite artists’ Birthday, join me to congratulate Greometría!!!
For this special occasion and because we want you to enjoy his work at home, we’re offering a 20% OFF at the online store just use code “GREOMETRIA” at check out.
* Remember all the illustrations at the shop are hand made 1 of 1, U-NI-QUE awesome art for your eyes and soul ❤
This offer is valid from Today July 8th 2017 and goes till July 17th 😉
Have a fun weekend and Congrats Greñas!
Aaaaand last but not least, we have the amazingly talented Patricia Carrington ( yes from those “Carringtons”, as in Leonora 😉 )
She is an amazing photographer and designer that loves to play with our perception altering the reality that she portrays on her pieces, making them surreal, fantastic and poetic.
Not only she’s one of my favorite people in the whole world, Patricia’s artistry reflects exactly how cool and bright her personality is, come to the Studio #111 and get her pieces for your home or office, your rooms will be transporting you to foreign places filled with happy 🙂
Soooo, we’re more than ready for you! Come, say hi and support young talent ❤
Carlos Olvera or “Vegan Cannibal” as the internet world knows him, is an important, multidisciplinary and fun artist! I’ve known him for over a decade and each time I see him, I learn a lot and have a blast all together.
I met him while I was working at an Art Gallery, and he would often do custom paintings for our clients; it always amazed me how he could dominate every single style, no matter what the demands were, he would pull it off.
Now he only does his thing with a very specific style: Fun-Zombie-Goreish-Punkedelic I would call it 😛 & he continues to amaze me with every piece.
He has gone from drawings to paintings, to objects, music, fanzines and tattoos (among others I’m sure); It doesn’t matter if you give him a skateboard, a toilet, paper or canvas, he’ll do something great and creative. He and his art have traveled the world and now we’ll have them here in Austin!
Come join us for some good times, some drinks and a lot of Vegan Cannibal this November the 19th at Studio #111 ❤
Beverly Kemp is a unique Painter and Internet Sensation, people recognize her controversial & raw Art anywhere; Last year Bev and Gerardo Arellano were “Must See” EAST studio #6 by Do512‘s featuring an Ann Richards painting that brought a smile to everyone.
This year She’ll work again with #TheProjecto bringing new and not so new pieces to us!
Let me share you an excerpt of her bio that I love, and describes some of what you’ll see:
Reviewers and critics have described my work as ‘eye-popping’ and ‘Disney-fied.’ Yet, I find that my oils on canvas are more than screaming upside-down, inside-out point-of-view statements or cross-eyed observations of societal norms and women’s issues that shouldn’t be. As I age and wage an on-going battle with Parkinson’s disease, filling in another red dress comes easier and easier. Now, I know my paint is saying something. ❤
Hope You’re already convinced and drop by Studio #111!!!