Posts Tagged 'street'

Graffiti Artist Needed! Check it out…

Got this posting off of If interested just send an email to the address below….get on it.-BG

42 Monroe st
a gallery of hip hop/graffiti art from Jacksonville, and other cities around the country.  This project is being started with a “Space and a Dream” & WE NEED YOUR HELP. In many places, painting graffiti is illegal. We don’t advocate breaking the law, but we think art belongs in public spaces and that more legal walls should be made available for this fascinating art form. The Monroe is offering 650 sq feet to display your art form. Pick a space and let your dreams flow. For your service we will display & sell pieces of your art without fee.

If you are interested in this opportunity please email a picture of your art ,contact info (cell#), And any questions you may have.

Email at


Pics from Malice in Wonderland

Hey peeps! Brian Gray here. I’m posting up my pictures from the Malice in Wonderland series today over at! Check out all eight paintings by visiting my “Originals for Sale” link on my website. It was a hell of a lot of work and I learned a lot from the experience of doing such a big series. Eight paintings in just a couple of months is a lot of work. I’m, over all, pretty happy with the way the paintings turned out. Sure there were a couple of things I would have done different but, I’m still pretty happy with the turn out. If you want to see them up close just stop in at Avondale Artworks Gallery out in Avondale. The show will be up through the rest of April.

I also have available, for the first time, limited run giclee canvas prints available for each painting. They are prints on gallery wrapped canvas and look just as good as the original. Each giclee is signed, dated, and numbered in a limited run of only 25 prints each. The gicless are only 100.00 and will measure 11×14. If interested in a print contact Avondale Artworks or just drop me an email and I’ll get it done for you. Thanks to everyone who supported me during the process of pulling this off. Thanks to Ken Stutes at the gallery for giving me the freedom to do what I wanted to and for having faith in me and my work. A big thanks to Kelley(my wife) and Jeremy(my son) for being so understanding when I have a deadline and have to work for weeks on end to get things done right. Thanks to everyone who loves what I do and shows such great support when I need it most. The next series of work is all ready brewing in my head. Stay tuned folks…Im on a roll.

Visit for pics of Malice in Wonderland


New Contributor- Toy Crusher

As some of you may have noticed me and ed have had a few posts put up by friend and fellow artist Toy Crusher. Toy Crusher was submitting a few posts to ed to put up on the ol’blog here for the past month. Toy Crusher is officially one of our new contributors to the blog. Toy Crusher brings a really fresh element to the site and his knowledge of street art is awesome to say the least. I have always enjoyed the work TC puts into his posts even at his own blog over at or check him out on myspace at . Welcome aboard TC! Your help with making the blog badder, better, bigger, is much appreciated! On a side note, if there’s anyone out there who feels they might have something to contribute to The Outer Box…Let us know. This blog doesn’t exist without the input of others here in Jax. You can email me and Edmund by visiting the “about us” page. Send us an email and give us your thoughts on what you think you could contribute to The OB. Rock on folks-B.G.

PaperMonster @

ReUsed by PaperMonster

ReUsed by PaperMonster

Fist off. is freakin awesome. It a 100% on line gallery that features monthly show with some of todays top underground/low-brow artists. I came across the work of PaperMonster a few months back. He recently has some work in the Iam8bit show as well. He has a killer style. Its a killer mix of designed backgrounds and tight as hell stencil work. Ya gots to check it out. Keep an eye on what DirtyPilot has coming up next. Ill try to swing by there from time to time to keep us updated on new shows by them. Hmmmmmm….I wonder if something like this would work around here…hmmmmmm…….the gears are turning people. PaperMonsters show will run from 09/15-10/17 at

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PEEL Magazine

Can you design your own stickers? PEEL magazine celebrates the art of making a kick ass sticker. Taggers, bombers, and artists from all over the place submit there works to PEEL magazine for the whole world to see. They are always taking submissions of the latest in fresh design. Check them out…submit your work…and get some global recognition.

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