Making the World Better With Murals

Thinkspace family artists have been painting around the world and making the streets of Europe and South America stunning with murals that reach new heights.  Making their distinct mark from Mexico to Norway, a music festival in Berlin, mural festivals in Detroit and Portland; we are proud to present a collection of just a few of the murals these talented artists have created.

Alex Diaz Mural Seal Walls
Alex Diaz mural for Sea Walls.
Alex Diaz Mural Berlin Lollapalooza
Alex Diaz mural for Berlin’s Lollapalooza via Urban Nation.
Alex Diaz Mural Berlin Lollapalooza
Alex Diaz mural for Berlin’s Lollapalooza via Urban Nation.
Sandra Chevrier for NuArt in Norway
Sandra Chevrier mural for NuArt in Norway.
Cryptik for Sea Walls in Mexico
Cryptik mural for Sea Walls in Mexico.
Cryptik for Sea Walls in Mexico
Cryptik mural for Sea Walls in Mexico.
Curiot for No Limits in Sweden
Curiot mural for No Limits in Sweden.
Curiot for Sea Walls in Mexico
Curiot mural for Sea Walls in Mexico.
Derek Gores in the UK for LAX/LHR - arranged by StolenSpace and Thinkspace
Derek Gores mural in the UK for LAX/LHR – arranged by StolenSpace and Thinkspace.
Erik Jones Shine Mural Festival
Erik Jones mural for Shine Mural Festival in St. Peters.
Etam Cru
Etam Crus mural in Civitanova Marche, Italy.
Etam Cru
Etam Cru mural in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovia.
James Bullough for Lollapalooza Berlin
James Bullough for Berlin’s Lollapalooza via Urban Nation.
James Bullough for Lollapalooza Berlin
James Bullough for Berlin’s Lollapalooza via Urban Nation, photo shows texture of the wall.
James Bullough Richmond Mural Project
James Bullough for the Richmond Mural Project.
Joram Roukes Forest for the Trees
Joram Roukes Forest for the Trees mural in Portland.
Josh Keyes  Forest For The Trees in Portland
Josh Keyes Forest For The Trees mural in Portland.
Low Bros Forest For The Trees in Portland
Low Bros Forest For The Trees mural in Portland.
Low Bros in London with London Graffiti
Low Bros mural for London Graffiti in London.
Troy Lovegates for Forest For The Trees in Portland
Troy Lovegates Forest For The Trees mural in Portland.

 

Nosego with Woes from Murals in the Market in Detroit
Nosego and Woes collaborative mural for Detroit’s Murals in the Market.
Nosego for Empire 7 Studios in  Northern California
Nosego mural for Empire 7 Studios in Northern California.

 

 

Forest For The Trees 2015 Kicks Off August 24th.

forest for the trees mural festivals

The Pacific North West is about to get even more colorful with the work of Thinkspace family members; Josh Keyes, Joram Roukes, Troy Lovegates, Low Bros, and Andrew Hem. All artists will be creating murals for Portland’s Forest For The Trees; a non-profit project dedicated to the creation of contemporary public art.  You can preview previous murals from the event in the video below or on their website.

Thinkspace Family on Instagram

Instagram is by far the spot where we share the most content, more than any other social outlet. You will always find us posting sneak peeks, studio shots, and much more on Instagram. It’s also the first place we drop early information on big events.

If you’re not already following us on Instagram, please be sure you are doing so at @thinkspace_art. For those with out a smart phone, just click here to view our feed online. We want to be sure you’re following our family of artists too, so we will aim to showcase a handful here each week moving ahead. If you don’t want to wait, you can always check our instagram account and see who were following and tagging there as well.

 FOLLOW OUR FAMILY : 

Yosuke Ueno | @yosuke_ueno

Ariel DeAndrea | @cranegirl1

Curiot |@curiotli

David Cooley | @davidcooleyart

Eine | @einesigns

Ekundayo | @sorrowbecomesjoy

Jacub Gagnon | @jacubgagnon

James Marshal “Dalek” | @dalek2020

Meggs | @houseofmeggs

Kevin Peterson | @kevinpetersonart

 

Juxtapoz interview Allison Sommers

Allison Sommers "Base Camp" - gouache on illustration board - 14x16 inches (2011)

One reason you make art?
In making, I make me.

Check out the full Juxtapoz interview with Allison Sommers here:
www.juxtapoz.com/Features/back-talk-a-conversation-with-allison-sommers

Close up look at "Schlachtengemälde" - Allison's largest work yet measuring 3x4 feet

Take a ‘sneak peek’ at the works in “Potter’s Field” here:
www.flickr.com/photos/thinkspace/sets/72157628074563203/

A look at one of Allison's "Souvenirs of War" - miniature works that measure only .75 x 1.4 inches each

Check out what inspired Allison to create the works for “Potter’s Field” here:
www.allisonsommers.com/2011/11/potters-field-inspiration.html

Allison Sommers "The Second Passage" - gouache on illustration board - 30x20 inches (2011)

Reception with the artist:
Sat, Jan. 7th 5-8PM

On view Jan. 7th – Jan. 28th, 2012 in our project room

Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, CA / www.thinkspacegallery.com