Cryptik’s hypnotic strokes create intricate designs that can put viewers into a trancelike state. This Southern Californian artist’s Cholo black letter bombing highlights the mantras of Eastern philosohy merging ancient awareness and contemporary awakening. Cryptik creates such precise structure in mandala like form with his lettering, and it seems like the perfect place for art,
Joram Roukes is a fine artist from the Netherlands. He is internationally recognized for his perspectives on today’s culture and his collage-like art. Joram creates narratives with impressionistic imagery. The images Joram uses to illustrate his message are eye grabbing, and make you think about the message within his art. It is easy to get
John Suarez is a contemporary artist who works in various mediums including drawing, sculpting, painting and digital illustration. His crisp line work combines a gritty edge with flowing lines that work well together for comic style art work. Suarezart adds a lot of line detail into all of his work that creates an interesting feast
Mixed media artist, Rebekah Eugenia Lazaridis, draws from her experience of creating sets for plays and musicals to fuel her designs. In 2005, Rebekah earned her BFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, and her work can be seen on streets and buildings in Chicago, Washington DC, and St. Pete, Fl. Rebekah
ST. PETERSBURG MURAL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 1st -12th, 2015 With a rich art history, St. Petersburg’s notable art residents have helped the city and the art community embrace the blossoming street art movement. Now, in conjunction with the City of St. Petersburg and the St. Pete Arts Alliance, the SHINE Mural Festival will put a spotlight on
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
Supporters are the Artists themselves, the cooperating business owners of course, the community, visitors and well some special people who help support this entire process. NOTE: We only promote graffiti – street art / murals that have been approved by the building owners, otherwise that is vandalism. A no-no.