Posts Tagged ‘nyc’

L.I.S.A. Project NYC: How Wayne Rada Secured The Future

I remember the first time I walked through Little Italy looking down the side streets on my quest to find Ron English’s latest work “Temper Tot” of Little Italy. I love this mans work, he is one of the true master painters of our time and his work is so realistic on canvas and walls. […]

BANKSY – BETTER OUT THAN IN (THE MOVIE)

The most well-known street artist of our generation uploaded a YouTube video titled Better Out Than In: The Movie yesterday. Whether this will actually come in a full-form documentary is yet to be seen, but this recap of his NYC residency is pretty promising. Stay tuned.

The Man Behind The Curtain: Cey Adams

We have such a high expected level of design as a culture that we take it for granted and never ask ourselves “who made this?” Well, Cey Adams (pronounced SAY) is that guy creating the designs that shape our culture. That designer who for more than 30 years brought his own creative vision to the […]

This is as good as it gets: A Day With Ben Eine

Ken Caruso is ANTISociety.com’s in-house street art and photography expert. He is a decorative artist and owner and operator of Alternative Interiors in New Jersey as well as an avid collector and graffiti hunter. Follow him on Instagram here @djkcaruso. Ben Eine is currently in town for his first solo show in the Big Apple […]