Opening Night of “MOVEMENT” Curated by Thinkspace for Pow! Wow! Long Beach

Sunday was the opening of the group exhibition “MOVEMENT” for Pow! Wow! Long Beach. Thank you to all those who made it out, and those who were unable to swing by, you can still catch the show now through Saturday, July 27.

“MOVEMENT” features work from 40 different artists with a site-specific mural from CRASH alongside installations from Spenser Little and Balloonski.

Check out for all the special events this week and a full list of this year’s participating mural artists.

327 Pine Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802
*Entry through the Pharmacy Boardshop

“MOVEMENT” made possible thanks to support from HEX and BEVEL.

New Mural for RAD Napa from Jeremy Fish – ‘The Whine Train’

‘The Whine Train’ from Jeremy Fish for RAD Napa curated by Thinkspace.

“This mural is dedicated to those whiny days we all have when the steam that really gets our train moving is from a belly full of boiling, bubbling emotion.” – Jeremy Fish

The Rail Arts District is coming alive with dozens of murals from internationally renowned artists over the coming years thanks to the generous support of The Wine Train and the Napa Valley Vine Trail.


Another process shot of Princess Elisabeth Friederike Sophie for I Know A Guy Gallery in Bayreuth, Germany

Drew Merritt’s hyperreal rendering and darkly stylized painting aesthetic jump off the canvas and on to walls for his larger than life murals. Merritt creates compositions set against nondescript areas of negative space to direct focus on the image that is to, his ultimate aim, stir an emotional response. Tomorrow, Friday, May 25th is the last day to view Merritt’s “Slaying Idols,” gallery hours are noon to 6 pm.

“Carry the Fire” for Pow Wow Worcester

A Portrait of Resilience in Portland for Forest For The Trees

Mural in Miami for Basel House

Mural for Fresh Coat Mural Fest


We’re in the final countdown with only two days left until the opening of LAX / DTW: DETROIT HUSTLE II at Inner State Gallery. The artists and artwork have landed in Detroit to fill Motor City with their signature works.

Piece by Artist Dan Witz

Artist Dan Witz has put up pieces from his Is It Safe Sanctuary series around the city as a part of the exhibition, and the infamous Stickman left his mark in numerous places around Detroit too.

Piece by Artist Stickman

However, the excitement continues inside the walls of Inner State Gallery as installations and murals are underway.  Ghostbeard and Patchwhisky collaborate on a mural for LAX / DTW: DETROIT HUSTLE II, while Meggs constructs a massive installation with the help of Miya Tsukazaki.

Artists Ghostbeard and Patchwhiskey working on mural

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Join us this Friday, June 30th from 6 pm to 10 pm for the opening of LAX / DTW: DETROIT HUSTLE II with work from featured artist James Bullough, the completed interior mural from Ghostbeard & Patchwhisky, and installations from Drew Leshko and Meggs, in addition to a group exhibition showcasing the work of over 70 inspiring artists in the New Contemporary art movement.

And don’t forget to take your time while heading to Inner State Gallery too, you don’t want to miss the exterior installations around Detroit by Dan Witz and Skewville.

On view June 30 through July 21
Inner State Gallery
1410 Gratiot Avenue
Detroit, MI.

Cinta Vidal’s ‘Floating Napa’ Mural is the Third Completed in RAD Napa Series

This past weekend Spanish artist Cinta Vidal completed her latest mural in the Napa Valley titled ‘Floating Napa’.  This piece is the third mural in the Napa Valley area of Northern California for our curation of the RAD Napa project. Previous murals to infuse the valley with color were done by Felipe Pantone and a collaborative mural by Bezt of Etam Cru and Natalia Rak

Many thanks to the Napa Valley Wine Train for making this one possible.

Photos courtesy of our documentarian Birdman.

Stay tuned as the coming muralists for this summer will be announced soon!