PROJECT Gallery Presents
Artwork by CANTSTOPGOODBOY
WHAT: PROJECT Gallery welcomes muralist and contemporary artist CANTSTOPGOODBOY to Hollywood. The self taught LA native is known for his brightly colored images that evoke positivity by implementing mixed media techniques with vintage comics and pop culture imagery. This exhibit, C.S.G.B. Artwork by CANTSTOPGOODBOY is set to include a mural created at PROJECT, several small installations and sixteen original paintings.
WHERE: PROJECT Gallery
1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
WHEN: Opening reception: Thursday, July 18; 7pm
Closing date: Sunday, August 11
Gallery hours: 11a – 7p daily or by appointment
CONTACT: Jen DiSisto, Press, Art Duet: email@example.com
Sarah Gough, Sales, PROJECT Gallery: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROJECT Gallery is proud to welcome muralist and contemporary artist CANTSTOPGOODBOY to Hollywood. The self taught LA native is known for his brightly colored images that evoke positivity by implementing mixed media techniques with vintage comics and pop culture imagery. CANTSTOPGOODBOY has completed many murals of varying scales and there are currently three on view in the Los Angeles area. He often implements his trademark lion’s head nicknamed “Crooked” into his work as a symbol of courage and perseverance that is a direct reflection of his daily work mantra: “Appreciate the Beauty in the Ordinary. Be kind. Persevere.”
CANTSTOPGOODBY has recently partnered with brands and companies such as Sony, Warner Brothers, Atlantic Records, Coachella Music Festival, Absolut Vodka, Converse and TOMS Shoes just to name a few. For the upcoming exhibit C.S.G.B., CANTSTOPGOODBOY will create a mural at PROJECT Gallery and several small installations. Sixteen original pieces will be available as well as prints and limited edition t-shirts.
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