Archive for the ‘Fine Art’ Category

NINA WRIGHT “So Flesh” – Solo Art Show at VAMP – Oakland, CA

Monday, April 8th, 2013

“So Flesh”

The beautiful and macabre paintings of Nina Wright are on display at Vamp record store in downtown Oakland at 331 19th Street. Canvases stretched to form pieces of a female body bring to life the original style of Nina’s brush through color, shape, space, and layers of expression.

Check it out, it’s dope!

CANNON DILL “Heavy Water” – Solo Art Show at Le Qui Vive Gallery – Oakland, CA

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Cannon Dill’s solo show at Le Qui Vive gallery at 1525 Webster Street will be on display all this month. Spray paint, acrylics on wood, found objects, canvas, wheat pastes, screen printed and embroidered clothing make up an extensive gathering of Cannon’s works that are a must see.

Artist JOHN PARK Documentary Teaser

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Endless Canvas and Pop’t Culture Present:

John Park Artist Documentary Teaser from Grounded TV Network on Vimeo.

Coming soon to coming soon to &

“John Park is an artist and teacher living in Los Angeles, California. He received his training at the Rhode Island School of Design where he studied classical drawing, painting, sculpture and anatomy. His current series is an attempt at reconciling these classical influences with the more urban aesthetic of the Pop Surrealist movement. The paintings themselves are executed in a live, public setting usually in one evening and then taken back to his studio for further reworking and detail work. He teaches drawing and painting at Concord High School in Santa Monica, has three cats and one Tree.” (bio from Think Space Gallery)

John Park Paintings and video. (JOHN PARK & CHRISTINA ANGELINA)

OPTIMIST – Man, Animal and teh Machines: Print Show

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

OPTIMIST, TIM, DE, POP, Art Show, Art, Print, Oakland, First Friday,

Man, Animal and the Machines: Print Show
Friday Dec. 7. 5-10pm
Farley’s East
33 Grand Ave, Oakland

Voice of Art – GATS Part 4

Friday, October 5th, 2012

RECKONING – A Group Show About Catastrophe – 9/28/2012

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Reckoning at 1am SF Gallery.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – 1AM is pleased to present “Reckoning”, a group exhibition reflecting society’s obsession with catastrophe, both imagined and real. The collection includes original art by Leon Loucheur, Optimist, Robert Bowen, Pemex, Monty Guy and Chamber Made. Drawing from a wide array of disciplines and cultural influences, these six artists expose a darkening horizon, commenting on the ruinous, self-destructive capacity of human societies. The opening reception is on September 28th from 6:30-9:30pm and is on view through October 27th.

“Reckoning” will feature works that incorporate a variety of styles and techniques, blending highly rendered realism with abstract painting, collage, urban and graphic influences to build mood and dynamic into the narrative of the composition. With graffiti and street art backgrounds, these artists will surprise viewers with this newest collection of works aimed at deconstructing conventional realism and reassembling it with layers of context and meaning.

All of the participating artists have been actively showing in galleries around the Bay Area and abroad, bringing worldly impressions from Ireland, South Africa, Taiwan and more. Explore their imagination and experience their influences through dramatic images and compelling landscapes in the paintings displayed in “Reckoning”. For more information, visit If you have any questions or would like to request media related material, please email

STAND TALL Pt. III – Group Show at Old Crow Gallery

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

On view September 22nd through October 22nd, 2012
at OLD CROW Tattoo and Gallery – 362 Grand Ave, Oakland, California


 (David Polka)

 (Chor Boogie, D Young V)


Book Release / Art Show RECAP

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

Last night we released our first ever book! We’ve been printing zines for years but the Special Delivery – Portland 2011 Book marks our first ever perfect bound, full color publication!

To celebrate we threw an art show featuring many of the artists that will be taking part in this years Special Delivery – Bay Area 2012 (a large scale graffiti mural exhibit that opens September 8th, 2012).

A diverse crowd of hundreds came through the art show.  We’re used to events not really cracking off until 9-10pm in Oakland, but to our surprise there were people waiting at the door before 7pm.

If you were unable to make it to the release, the new book is now available in our store…

Special Delivery Portland 2011 Book Release. (ROUGHLY LEFT TO RIGHT: Ras Terms, Upfuck, Cuss, Jeans, Turnip, Ghost Owl)

Special Delivery Portland 2011 Book Release. (Rusted Paint Can by Bella Ciao)

Special Delivery Portland 2011 Book Release. (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Broke, Dead Eyes, Nina STM, Attica, Broke, Imp, Safety/Dead Eyes Collab, Irot, GATS)

Special Delivery Portland 2011 Book Release. (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Pobrecito, Edith, Pobrecito, Edith)

Special Delivery Portland 2011 Book Release. (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ras Terms, Fresh Prince, BVRS, Logo)

NINA STM – Solo Show

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

NINA, STM, Oakland, Graffiti, Street Art, Art

The Breakroom Cafe
300 13th St. Oakland
Mon – Fri 10am – 3:30pm

THE TRUCK SHOW Video – San Francisco, CA

Monday, February 27th, 2012

The Truck Show – San Francisco, CA from Endless Canvas on Vimeo.
1AM Gallery
Friday February 10th, 2012
San Francisco
6th & Howard St

Donating all artists profits to:
Eastside Arts Alliance / Visual Element

The modern box-style delivery truck lives in the inner cities all across America. For the modern day graffiti writer it is a contemporary relative to the subway cars of the 70’s and 80’s which helped spark the explosion of graffiti. In a state of eminent relocation, they assemble a disjointed gallery of ceaseless unrest, a perfect canvas for any opportunistic writer. Pristine new clean white box trucks not only invite as they call it “the application of a medium” to their surface, but beg for it. In the streets delivery trucks fit best after being worn and weathered as a pair of old shoes with scuff marks and layers of historical remnants. In an attempt to keep their property looking new, many truck owners will opt to give a graffiti writer permission to assume control over these plots of valuable real estate in the urban landscape. The Truck Show SF is an homage to this modern Icon of Graffiti, displaying these moving masterpieces to the public through the filter of 1AM Gallery in San Francisco (opening Saturday, February 10th).

The Truck Show SF is seeking to be a leader in Bay Area street art gallery shows by dedicating all of the profits for the artists to the non-profit organization Visual Element, which is the public arts component of the EastSide Arts Alliance. Visual Element is a visual arts and graffiti mural training program for high school youth. Because it is the only intensive “Urban Graffiti Arts” program in East Oakland serving high school youth, Visual Element attracts young aspiring artists and graffiti writers, usually ages 15-20. The class facilitates the production of walls through their engagement with local property owners and the community. Students are trained as responsible artists and contribute their skills to not only walls but, political banners for a number of social justice causes. The participants of Visual Element learn a variety of visual arts skills including spray can techniques, “graffiti” writing, mural brush painting, computer experience, digital photography and graphic design. They learn these skills through actual project based work, building a portfolio of work as they undergo their training. As they get more and more proficient they then are able to “shop” their skills back to the neighborhood. This sustainable cycle and the public art projects Visual Element creates, sends the message that productive and self-sufficient youth can contribute positive change to their neighborhoods. Murals educate, motivate to action, and inspire more creations of beauty and for that the organizers of The Truck Show SF are excited for their partnership with Visual Element. They look

forward to seeing the passion for graffiti go full circle to help teach and empower as all too often graffiti is deemed to be something that only takes from society. In these times of ultimate corporate greed and complete abandonment of government support for the arts, the organizers of The Truck Show SF hope to show that the graffiti writer does it for the love and that alone is powerful enough to help fuel and positively influence the next generation. With a wide price range of pieces everyone interested will be able to support the cause and take home a piece of graffiti history.

LOCALS ONLY Art Opening at RVCA – San Francisco, CA

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

(Above piece by NART)

(Above pieces by NART)

(Top right piece by TWIST)

OPTIMIST Art Show – Man, Animal and the Machines – Oct 8th till Nov 9th, 2011

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Old Crow Tattoo & Gallery
362 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610

OPTIMIST Art Show – Man, Animal and the Machines – Oct 8th, 2011

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Optimist, Tim, Street Art, Oakland, Graffiti, Art

Old Crow Tattoo & Gallery
362 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610

L.A. VS WAR 2011 – Art Exhibit

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

LA vs WAR came back hard for the second time (the first time around being in 2008). Last weekend was the 10th anniversary of September 11th and was marked by this impressive artistic response to a decade of war and fear. Well over 120 prolific artists exhibited works themed around Anti-War, Pro-Peace and Anti-Occupation including statements on local issues like Gang Wars, Drug Wars, Immigration Wars, Environmental Wars and more.

LA vs WAR –
Hella Swag –
LA Weekly –
Warholian –
YouTube Video 1 –
YouTube Video 2 –
Neighborhood Watch –

(Above photos reads “This is Just a Phrase in Arabic.”)

(Above Silkscreen by Mear One)

Starpig NMG.
(Above Screen Print by Not My Government)

(Above piece by ABCNT)

(Above Painting by Paul Barron)

(Above Painting by Asylm)

(Above Painting by Lydia Emily)

(Above Screen Print by Nuclear Winter)

(Above Painting by Jauna Alicia)

CHASE Stencil.
(Above Stencil by CHASE)


FERAL CHILD – Special Delivery Art Show – Portland 2011

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Feral Child Street Art Special Delivery Portland 2011.

More photos from the Special Delivery show at