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Sebastian Coolidge

Monday, 08 September 2014 by

If you haven’t seen Sebastian Coolidge’s murals, then you haven’t been to Downtown St. Pete yet. Sebastian Coolidge’s art is everywhere from office buildings to breweries to cafes to rooftops. Coolidge painted a mural in 2012 on the storefront of the clothing store, Freshly Squeezed, and the commissions kept rolling in from there. “He didn’t

Geary “Rasta” Taylor

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 by

Geary “Rasta” Taylor, of 1 of 1 Customs, offers the charm and welcoming attitude you’d expect from a name like Rasta. He also offers the world his continuous stream of creative talent and his serious work ethic, so much of which is directed at helping others. Rasta started selling his neighbors sketches of their houses

Tes One

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 by

Tes One aka Leon Bedore is an incredibly talented artist. Tes One is fearless in his style, and became a serious street artist and started painting murals in 1992. “I look at myself as a mad scientist when in the studio, because I’m constantly messing with textures and paints — making mistakes and learning from them.

Vitale Brothers Studio

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 by

The Vitale Brothers have been instrumental in evolving St. Pete’s art scene to what it is today. They have held various events promoting local art and artists long before this area became known as an international art destination. From fine art reproductions to faux finishes and unique wall textures to lettering signs for businesses to

BASK

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 by

Ales Bask Hostomsky, or just BASK, is a local superstar whose talents and works have continued to grow and impress. Czech born, American artist, BASK never disappoints his many loyal fans, keeping them up to date on his facebook page. As a young child, Bask fleed communist Czechoslovakia with his family for brighter days under the hot

Derek Donnelly

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 by

One of the founders of the St. Pete Mural craze is Derek Donnelly. Derek Donnelly is now seemingly everywhere, spreading his passionately talented artistic expressions, luckily for us, on several buildings downtown. When local favorite Bill “BC” Woo, the Fish Guy,  passed in 2013, Derek was there to get paint and love onto this heartbreakingly

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