Posts Tagged: houston art

Houston: Its Not Me, Its you – Anti-Valentines Art Show This Friday!

It’s Not Me, It’s you – Anti-Valentines Art Show February 9, 2018 7pm – 11pm Join us for this opening reception which will feature 30+ local artists and photographers. If you hate Valentines, or the idea of being mushy, or

Houston: Its Not Me, Its you – Anti-Valentines Art Show This Friday!

It’s Not Me, It’s you – Anti-Valentines Art Show February 9, 2018 7pm – 11pm Join us for this opening reception which will feature 30+ local artists and photographers. If you hate Valentines, or the idea of being mushy, or

HUE – Houston Mural Festival Brings Art to All

The third annual HUE – Houston Mural Festival wrapped this weekend, but the results can be enjoyed by all at a wall near you. Each year dozens of walls are chosen for redesign and artists curated by the one and

HUE – Houston Mural Festival Brings Art to All

The third annual HUE – Houston Mural Festival wrapped this weekend, but the results can be enjoyed by all at a wall near you. Each year dozens of walls are chosen for redesign and artists curated by the one and

Catch Some Street Artists in the Act- For Love of the Zoo

Starting Monday, Feb. 2, five of Houston’s most talented artists are taking to the street to cover local walls with artwork inspired by the new gorillas coming to the Houston Zoo, opening Memorial Day weekend.In partnership with local business owners,

Catch Some Street Artists in the Act- For Love of the Zoo

Starting Monday, Feb. 2, five of Houston’s most talented artists are taking to the street to cover local walls with artwork inspired by the new gorillas coming to the Houston Zoo, opening Memorial Day weekend.In partnership with local business owners,

Houston Street Artist, 2:12, Listed in 9 to Watch Around the World

5 of the 9 artists listed on the 9 Street Artists You Should Follow and Support list from Design Good are from the United States. The list includes Shepard Fairey (also known as OBEY) from L.A. and MOMO from New

Houston Street Artist, 2:12, Listed in 9 to Watch Around the World

5 of the 9 artists listed on the 9 Street Artists You Should Follow and Support list from Design Good are from the United States. The list includes Shepard Fairey (also known as OBEY) from L.A. and MOMO from New

Acclaimed Houston Street Artist 2:12 Releases Time Lapse of New Work

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference between street art and graffiti is, witnessing the process of a trained and talented Houston artist might help you understand.  //player.vimeo.com/video/97668447 2:12 sells works in galleries around the city, is commissioned to produce

Acclaimed Houston Street Artist 2:12 Releases Time Lapse of New Work

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference between street art and graffiti is, witnessing the process of a trained and talented Houston artist might help you understand.  //player.vimeo.com/video/97668447 2:12 sells works in galleries around the city, is commissioned to produce

Row House: Art in Houston’s 3rd Ward- Wards in Color with Wiley & More

Project Row House is a project which began in 1993 as a neighborhood non for profit organization which attempted to maintain the rich African American history of the area while securely protecting the architecture and land that the third ward

Row House: Art in Houston’s 3rd Ward- Wards in Color with Wiley & More

Project Row House is a project which began in 1993 as a neighborhood non for profit organization which attempted to maintain the rich African American history of the area while securely protecting the architecture and land that the third ward

Some of Houston’s Best Artists Hit the Streets to Reignite Local Street Art

Three successful Houston artists, Shreddi, 2:12 and Garro hit the streets to say bid adieu to 2013. “There has been a real shortage of street art in Houston over the past year, so I figured it was a good time

Some of Houston’s Best Artists Hit the Streets to Reignite Local Street Art

Three successful Houston artists, Shreddi, 2:12 and Garro hit the streets to say bid adieu to 2013. “There has been a real shortage of street art in Houston over the past year, so I figured it was a good time