Sunday, June 28, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Friday, June 5, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Curated by TOOFLY & PATTY DUKES
Shopping Event Showcases Handmade Goods, Fresh Vintage Fashion, Home Decor, Independent Artists, Local Flavors + more at Rebelution Ink in BK!
Williamsburg Brooklyn, a neighborhood flourishing with galleries, storefronts, restaurants, and busy sidewalks - LLP is ecstatic to bring its 2015 SUMMER POP-UP SHOP Market to BK for the first time! We invite you to welcome a much anticipated summer with our favorite local and out of state artists and designers.
The Ladies Love Project, a brainchild of renowned street artist TOOFLY, sound sensation Patty Dukes who teamed up back in 2010 to bring together NYC’s most creative underground artists, and designers. These ladies felt it was important to keep the “local artisan spirit” alive in the changing face of New York City neighborhoods. The two-day-only event allows for an intimate, yet energetic “marketa style” shopping experience – designed to familiarize the community, consumers, media representatives, and trendsetters with artists/designers from NY as well as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Japan!
This year will be a fun filled, and colorful summer outdoors! LLP will welcome’s 20+ designers like; LADY SOUL FLY from Los Angeles who specializes in beautiful handmade jewelry which Ana Tijoux loves; Brooklyn designer BKLN TSHIRT FACTORY debuts her new cut & sew kids collection; SHIRO, hailing from Japan has some new, and funky styles; LADY FANCY NAILS will be stationed under the sunshine to rock some fresh live nail art; and graffiti artists WENCOD with MASTRO will be rock’n some custom airbrush works on hats and tees!
This year we also open up our first LLP MINI BAR! with $5 happy hour drinks and fresh fruit snacks to keep you hydrated. Have a sweet tooth? CUPCAKES BY JENNY KINNS is back with her fun and colorful cupcakes; MARTHA’S KITCHEN infamous chicken, beef, and vegetarian empanadas will hold you down if you get hungry, and this summer we welcome CHEF MODERN’S CARIBBEAN KITCHEN which is sure to make you lick the BBQ sauce off your fingers! LLP will have plenty of sweet, savory, and palate satisfying treats for you, fam and friends all day!
CIRCA '95's REPH, and DJ ENGYMA will rock the 1’s and 2’s for non stop jams all day. Hip Hop, Classics, and more!
Our event photographer, SAMANTHA MORALES, is back for those lovely family and market-goers candids at the LLP PHOTOBOOTH! so get ready to put that selfie face on!
Don’t forget to enter our LLP $5 TOTE RAFFLE for a chance to win beautiful gifts valued over $50 from a variety of our designer vendors!
Art on canvas, handmade goods, jewelry, t-shirts, graffiti, food, classic music—you name it--- the LADIES LOVE PROJECT 2015 SUMMER POP-UP SHOP is back and ready to spread love in Brooklyn!
::: We would like to thank our brooklyn community sponsors for all their support :::
Latino Life, the City Guide that harnesses the vibrant energy and dynamic growth of the Latino Community and Culture. You'll find everything you need - from events and must-see places, to the most comprehensive Latino Restaurant Directory around. From A to Z it’s everything you need — right at your fingertips.
If anything defines Mexican food, it is a tradition of experimentation and innovation, of new flavors emerging out of new circumstances. They honor tradition and show their neighbors that Haab is about quality of food and service.:::
About A Ladies Love Project:
The Ladies Love Project Pop-Up Shop 2015 is a collaboration between artists Toofly (www.tooflynyc.com/) Patty Dukes (www.circa95.com). Aiming to create inspiring environments for women artists where they can celebrate their creative styles in Art, Fashion and Music. Ladies Love Project introduces a model for all women who pay homage to market life around the globe as a staple of community building, and entrepreneurship. Ladies Love Project thrives on spreading a positive and empowering message to the community, reaching young women who are inspired by them.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
Honoring MC LYTE - Tues - April 21st, Patty Dukes of @circa95, Rah Digga, Nitty Scott MC, Dama Nilz and more!
Monday, March 2, 2015
Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen, Vol. 8: Enough is Enough! will take place on Saturday March 7th, 2015 at the Hostos Center for Arts and Culture (450 Grand Concourse, Bronx). 2pm-5pm
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Friday, February 27, 2015
Thursday, February 26, 2015
|• Learn the importance of a sketch book to practice |
and plan your piece
• Learn the basic information of traditional Graffiti lettering
• Gain an understanding of color-theory and learn blending techniques
• Get industry insights from visiting Creative professionals
• Have your art featured in a student exhibition hosted
+ Get a FREE Black Book and Marker set included with course
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
BRONX, NY (February 25, 2015) – WALLWORKS NEW YORK is proud to announce our first solo exhibition with Nicer of TATS CRU. Naughty but Nicer is an exhibition of pin-up inspired works from the Graffiti great.
With an incredible attention to detail, Nicer’s work is a mix of gritty and refinement. Staying true to his roots, the background of his canvases are covered in layers of spray paint and tags and fades; in perfect juxtaposition to his detailed figures created by paintbrush and acrylic. Drawing inspiration from the Vargas girls era, Nicer has taken the traditional idea and image of the “pin up” and updated it to reference today’s cultural ideas of beauty.
Hector “Nicer” Nazario was born and raised in the South Bronx. Throughout the 1980’s as a teenager, he was drawn to the colorful Graffiti in his neighborhood, on the subways walls and trains. He went on to become one of the founding members of the famous “TAT Crew”—his first official introduction into the art world.
After the great Graffiti era of the 1970s and 1980s drew to a close, Nicer and two other members of TAT Crew went onto to creating the first Graffiti Company, TATS CRU, INC. Since its creation in 1996, TATS CRU has sought to show the world that Graffiti is a viable art form.
Known in powerful circles and recognized in the subculture world, Nicer is one of the most talented artists to come out of the Graffiti era who continues to make work that is both viable and important.