The Boxer. My guess is this is a neighborhood street art hater, not an art schooler, like the Splasher of yore. But active street art hating is definitely a trend. Before
But this one came out kinda pretty.
EV Grieve tells the Crazy Landlord story better than I can.
Update: May 10, 2010
“Exquisite auburn awning” Elbowtoe’s design suggestion for the Crazy Landlord Building?
Just a reminder ELBOW-TOE is participating in A.G.A.S.T
(Annual Gowanus Artist Studio Tour).
The dates of the studio tour are Saturday and Sunday October 17 – 18 from 1 – 6 pm.
At this event, you will have the unique opportunity to get
small (Recession Sized) versions of ELBOW-TOE pieces at
extremely friendly (Recession Priced) prices. He will be
selling 10 different prints from his latest street work as well
as some oldies but goodies. They will be limited to editions of 30.
He will be setting up an ETSY store to make the ease of purchasing
more convenient for you. Once that is established we will be
integrating a shop section to the site, so check back often.
For more information on on A.G.A.S.T, please visit
GowanusArtists.com where you can download a pdf map
for the entire 2 day event.
Participating artists include: Adam Wallacavage, ?AJ Fosik?, Alex Hornest (aka: Onesto), ?Ana Bagayan, ?Andrew Foster, ?Anthony Lister, Cleon Peterson?, Dan Witz, ?Dave Cooper, ?David Ellis?, Elbow-toe?, Erik Mark Sandberg, EZO, Glenn Barr, ?Jack Long, ?Korin Faught, ?Logan Hicks, ?Martin Wittfooth, ?Matt Haber, ?Meredith Dittmar, ?Natalia Fabia?, Nicola Verlato, Ray Caesar?, Rich Jacobs, ?Richard Colman?, Rick Froberg?, Ron English, Scott Radke, Seonna Hong, Skinner?, Turf One?, and Xiaoqing Ding.
Jonathan LeVine Gallery is located at 529 West 20th Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10011. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 6pm. For more information, please call 212-243-3822, visit www.jonathanlevinegallery.com, or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a piece by Elbow Toe that will be in the show:
I was pleased to see that Elbow Toe’s portrait paste-up of yours truly is still visible in this Soho doorway. It’s been there since March ’08. Though it looks like they are renovating the building, and the doorway will soon be buffed.
Flat Stanley was very happy that the Soy Creamy sandwiches were back in stock.