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Monsieur T. & Hecklewood Present Decay

April 1st, 2009

Decay, a solo art exhibition of new work by Jeff Proctor, opens Thursday, April 2nd at Hecklewood Gallery in Portland, Oregon.

Monsieur T. & Hecklewood Present Decay

The show was curated by local apparel brand Monsieur T. The opening reception is April 2nd from 7:00-10:00pm and the show will be up until May. Decay is sponsored by PBR.

Jeff proctor is originally from Litchfield NH. He went to school at Maine college of art, and went on to work at JDK Design in Burlington VT, and Rogues Gallery in Portland Maine. In 2006, he left the east coast, moving from Portland ME to Portland OR to work as a graphic designer at Nike SB. After about 2 years at Nike he left to pursue freelance design, illustration and art.

Some of his notable projects include Burton Snowboards’ Punch Series 2006 and Manik Skateboards’ Artist Series.

He has participated in group shows at Sugar Gallery and Hecklewood Gallery.

an art exhibition curated by Monsieur T. at Hecklewood Gallery, 114 NW 3rd (between Couch & Davis) Portland, Oregon.

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 2nd from 7:00-10:00pm
Show runs until May

Mini Mini Art Show

March 26th, 2009

Spraygraphic recently held its first Mini Mini Art Show at Cartel Coffee Lab in Tempe, Arizona.

The show required all artists to make a piece of work that was no larger and no smaller than 4 by 4 inches or 10.16cm by 10.16cm.

The response was enormous from the Spraygraphic online community.

The show consisted of 588 pieces of art from over 300 spraygraphic community; including artists from over 20 different countries: UNITED KINGDOM, SPAIN, FRANCE, GREECE, MACEDONIA, RUSSIA, SLOVENIA, FINLAND, BRAZIL, CANADA, SCOTLAND, HUNGARY, AND MORE.

Noir, Blanc, et Gris

March 3rd, 2009

Noir, Blanc, et Gris, an art exhibition curated by apparel brand Monsieur T., opens Thursday, March 5th at Hecklewood Gallery in Portland, Oregon.

Noir, Blanc, et Gris

The show features some very talented artists, some from Portland, others from as far away as the UK. Each will submit artwork around the show’s color theme in black, white and/or grey.

The opening reception is March 5th from 7:00-10:00pm and the show will be up until April. All of the artwork will be available on the Hecklewood website for the duration of the show. Noir, Blanc, et Gris is sponsored by PBR.


November 4th, 2008

Acclaimed Bronx graffiti writer Eric Orr is best known for being one of the originators of icon graffiti in the early 1980’s. His icon, Robot Head, was so named by Keith Haring, with whom he collaborated on a variety of projects.


Lately, Orr has focused on using MTA subway maps and authentic subway car signs acquired directly from the transit system as texture behind his iconic pictograms. He mounts these signs on canvas and mason boards, adding items often found in the stations, from metro cards to trash to the ever present advertising signs.

Brooklyn artist Josh Goldstein captures New York City bodega and Coney Island signage, Chinese take-out menus, and other urban flotsam; he then blows the images apart and reconstructs them in his sculptural photo collages mounted on salvaged plywood. Inspired by the grit and decay of New York City, his work pays homage to the churning engine of the city.

At the opening reception, art collectors will be able to create their own works of art using Goldstein’s blocks and his “U pick, I stick” method.

Craig Wetherby exhibit

August 16th, 2008

Craig Wetherby exhibit

Craig Wetherby, in conjunction with Manik Skateboards, has been on a traveling exhibition across the US, Europe, and Asia to showcase his recent Manik collaboration and his photographic works and the next stop is LA.

Craig Wetherby exhibit

The most recent solo exhibit in New York was a huge success drawing over 1,000 people in it’s one night at Milk Gallery. The gallery, one of New York’s most venerable spaces, had reached out to emerging photographer Craig Wetherby with an opportunity for a solo show after years of watching and supporting his work.

Craig Wetherby exhibit

The show was a smash hit with many of Wetherby’s limited prints being sold out.

Craig Wetherby exhibit

Now Wetherby is coming to beautiful Los Angeles where he has worked shot for west coast magazines such as Snowboard Magazine and Swindle. Wetherby’s iconic images have captured artists such as Ghostface Killah, Slick Rick, Method Man, Gwar, Bad Brains and more.

Graffiti Jam

June 10th, 2008

Graffiti-jam Brandweerstraat (GENT) !


Eric Orr News

May 26th, 2008

Mr. Wiggles has recently began to appear in Eric’s iconic paintings Lately.

Eric Orr

He was a huge hit with the children at Eric’s New Zealand painting workshops.

Now he’s available as a bright and colorful signed! poster
(18″ x 24″ 80lbs. matte finish paper - $30 usd + shipping and handling). This would look
great on anyone’s wall.

David Choe at Lazarides

February 29th, 2008

Sorry for no posts recently, we’ve just been too busy. Anyway FUSShop is back!!

Last Night we made it out to the Preview of David Choe’s Murderous Hearts Exhibition at The Lazarides Gallery on the Quayside in Newcastle.

It was the first time I’d made to it the Laz Gallery and it looked great. It’s good to see that things do actaully happen outside of London!! Choe’s work was amazing, some a little disturbing, but on the whole, the detail that goes into these pieces is Nuts!!

Prices ranged from £3500 up to £37,500. With a lot of the pieces selling out already!! The Show is running from 29th of February - Sat 26th of April at Both Newcastle and London Galleries. Make sure you get yourself along to see his work.

For more information, check out the LAZ Site & also the Choe Press Release.

For more images check out the FUSShop Blog

Bread & Butter 2008

January 22nd, 2008

Last week, FUSShop made our bi-annual trip to Barcelona for the Biggest Tradeshow in Europe, Bread & Butter.

Check out the images on our Blog

T-Shirt Is Art,

June 20th, 2007

T-Shirt Is Art is the second exhibition featuring affordable, wearable, washable art at blank space.

The show features 11 designers and artists, with installation illustrations by Lance Lobuzzetta of Efflux Creations. The exhibition is a space for independent artists to showcase their work in a gallery environment, merging t-shirt boutique and art gallery.

Complimenting the exhibit is T-Shirt Is Art, an online gallery shop showcasing each of the tees in the exhibition. T-Shirt Is Art is scheduled to be online until July 7, 2007.

TSIA 2 Artists: Bherd, Day Chan, Efflux Creations, Gavin Carrol, Jessie Rymph, Jason G?mez, KiM McCarthy, Matthiu Mendieta, Mindi Davis, Riley Raker, and Spiked Illusions.

Blank space is run by Mindi Davis and Riley Raker, two graphic designers who love seeing, sharing, and creating amazing art and design. blank space provides a place for people to see, share, and exhibit new art works? located at Pioneer Square in Seattle. It is a place for emerging artist to build community and sometimes it is a place to make art.

Open for First Thursday Art Walks at the eclectic 619 Western Building in Pioneer Square. 619 Western is home to blank space plus five floors of artist studios and galleries. Blank space is located on the fourth floor and is open from 6-11pm on First Thursdays.

More information ?

Tado and Jon Burgerman,

March 17th, 2007

Jon Burgerman and Tado exhibition at Dadawan (April, 14, 2006) !


March 7th, 2007

My friend Skwak has just sent the flyer for the Plintub’ exhibition (if you are in Brussels tomorrow, join us for the opening).

Plintub‘, 8 to 23 march.
13 (rue des) ursulinenstraat / 1000 Bxl

Pop’n flop’n

October 5th, 2006

Check the unchi leisure center website, all the Pop & Flop’n exhibition pictures are online !


September 16th, 2006

Banksy at Barely Legal … wow !

Amka exhibition at dadawan, check it out

September 14th, 2006

Amka exhibition at dadawan, check it out

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