Muralist and painter Wild Drawing recently completed a mural in Sala, Sweden. The mural was inspired by the music of Jean-Michel Jarre and more specifically his third studio album “Oxygene”.
Art Curial is hosting a Urban Art sale on November 19th. Amongst the 64 artworks presented, Music On Walls spotted two music inspired pieces created by Shepard Fairey
The Hole is presenting the third solo exhibition with Southern California-based artist Eric Yahnker who has elaborated in pastel drawings across large swaths of sandpaper a vision of America today and a culture in need of a “factory reset”, erasing all content and settings, wiping the memory, rebooting the corrupted system.
In his new solo show “Chiaroscuro : A Stikki Obsession” at Galerie LeRoyer, the artist Stikki Peaches presents 20 new works inspired by the paintings of Caravaggio and his School. Many of the artist’s favorite musical artists are present.
For his 5th show at Perrotin, Gregor Hildebrandt has created a labyrinth of panels made with various media, using audio as visual material.
Until October 31st, Galerie LeRoyer is presenting Lyle Owerko’s “The Boombox Project”, a deeply impressionistic interpretation of the history of the Boombox.
“HOLLYWOODNT” is an extension of Indiangiver’s most iconic body of work, “Shopped Tattoos”, which explores the identity of iconic music legends from yesterday and today, blending traditional American tattoo culture with some of history’s most celebrated faces.
Subliminal Projects is presenting NEVER SAY DIE! : Celebrating 50 Years of Black Sabbath, curated in collaboration with Home of Metal. This immersive showcase features portraits from the Home of Metal Black Sabbath fan archive, historical photos, ephemera, and memorabilia, and a group art exhibition.
Music On Walls had the chance to discuss with Nicola Verlato about his interest in the myths surrounding some of the most popular music artists and his contribution, in pictorial forms, to these myths.
“Dying Surfer Meets His Maker” the new solo show by the Polish urban contemporary fine artist Sepe, whose title comes from the All Them Witches band – one of his very favourite band.
Juxtapoz will unveil their Juxtapoz Projects at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City this Sunday, October 14th. Participating artists in their show RE_ARRANGE include Justin Hager and his "Metalheads" painting.
Eduardo Kobra just completed a “Club 27” mural in Lower East Side - New York. This mural is a tribute to some of the music legends that passed away too young at the age of 27.
"Delusionville", a new exhibition by Ron English has opened at Allouche Gallery in NY. The exhibition features a series of collaborative works with singer, songwriter and artist Daniel Johnston.
The Fahey/Klein Gallery presents The Mash Up, a series of Janette Beckman's iconic portraits of influential DJs and MCs, each individually painted, drawn on, and/or collaged by many of New York’s best-known graffiti artists.
Xav pays tribute to the Spanish music legend Tino Casal (11 February 1950, – 22 September 1991) during the Parees Festival in Tudela Veguin, Spain.
Music On Walls had the chance to discuss with 2SHAE about his newest works highlighting the hold addiction has over some of the musicians that inspires his art.
In his new show SONGS WITHOUT WORDS..., at Fabien Castanier Gallery in Miami, French artist RERO explores moments when writing invites itself into painting, painting invites itself into music, and music invites itself into plastic art.
Richard Wilson got the chance to paint the music he loves for the 2018 Murals In The Market Festival in Detroit.
Nik Nowak is presenting his exhibition "Symphony of Silence" at CCA Andratx in Mallorca.
Seco Sanchez paid tribute to two legends of chilean music, Victor Jara and Jorge González, in Santiago de Chile.
In an effort to celebrate the arts through the fusion of music, street art, and craft, Shepard Fairey teamed up with SJC and his friend, drummer Frank Zummo of Sum 41, to create the Rise Above Limited Edition Snare.
Ben Brown’s show “Queens of Noise” will be presented until September 30th at Outre Gallery in Melbourne. The show features dynamic portraits of iconic ladies of rock.
Dromsjel created the new single cover artwork for 'Secret Place' from The Intersphere.
With around 300 highlights and new discoveries from the Deutsche Bank Collection, The World on Paper shows the fascination the medium of paper has exerted on artists since postwar Modernism and the influence of music in some works.
Shepard Fairey pays tribute to Tom Petty by designing the cover of the new "Tom Petty: An American Treasure” box set.
Urban Nation Museum for Contemporary Art new exhibition entitled “UN- DERSTAND. THE POWER OF ART AS A SOCIAL ARCHITECT.” Interactively traces the development of one of contemporary art’s most successful forms: Urban Art. At the same time, eleven brand-new artist residences are being inaugurated.
Templon Gallery will be presenting during the Expo Chicago the work of Ivan Navarro made of drum, neon, mirrors and electric energy.
Joe Iurato painted this tribute to “The Big Man" Clarence Clemons in Asbury Park, NJ, at the Carousel house where Clarence played his final performance with the E Street Band.
Kevin Ledo pays tribute Jazz legend Daisy Peterson Sweeney in Little Burgundy, Montreal.
Shepard Fairey created a portrait of Kesha based on the powerful lyrics in her song, “Here Comes The Change” and the fact that this song is in support of the film On the Basis of Sex - telling the story about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fight to overturn a century of gender discrimination.