I’ve been painting my entire life, but usually just on the side. I held my first show two and a half years ago at a small gallery in Yorkville, and after my second show last year on Ossington, bigger opportunities started coming my way—like murals in New York, Chicago, London and L.A. I had to keep turning them down because of my job. In February this year, I had a great opportunity to do a mural in New York and I wasn’t able to take the time off. So I quit the next day. I was 25 and thought, If I don’t do this now, I never will. Since then, I’ve been travelling around the world painting murals. I’m doing my next solo show in Miami in December. It’s been a whirlwind - Ricciardi



He-Man Anatomical Sculpt 2015 #jasonfreeny #heman



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Plasma Slugs’ signature, snail-like characters that can be found throughout New York City — on walls, on roll down gates, and even on freight trains. Each slug is one of a kind. Some are psychedelic with patterns. Others are solid-colored and mute. “It’s a colony,” he explains. Sometimes he even names them. But don’t call him a fucking street artist.
Despite his NYC upbringing, he conceived the slug in Amsterdam—he’s a self-admitted weed connoisseur. To make a name for himself, he decided that he needed to get away from a name. While working on new hand-drawn labels, he drew a character that became his signature. His slug colonies appear boldly among standard graffiti pieces. They are both fitting and stand-out. “From ’03 to now, the slug has come along way,” he says



Idolmaster Amami Haruka Anatomical Sculpt 2014 #jasonfreeny


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My original Micro Anatomic Sculpt and the Bigger Micro Anatomic produced by @mightyjaxx #jasonfreeny



My original Micro Anatomic Sculpt and the Bigger Micro Anatomic produced by @mightyjaxx #jasonfreeny



Mickey Anatomical Sculpt 2.0 2014 #jasonfreeny #mickeymouse


CB Hoyo was born in 1995 in Havana, Cuba. At a young age, he immigrated to the Dominican Republic, and now lives in Europe.

His artistic process began as a child, when he started interpreting the world through his paintings. Over the past few years, his work has increased in stature.
A self-trained artist, CB Hoyo continually produces works that celebrate life itself. Fresh, colorful, and fun are three words that easily describe his creations.
Working with any medium on any material, the artist uses a mixture of art historical trends but always incorporates his unique voice.
CB Hoyo is making a proper mark on the current art scene. Some of his works are already exhibited in private and public collections in 6 continents.


Bucket on Head, nuestra nueva escultura inspirada en la obra de @banksy 🙌🏼, fabricada por @medicom_toy
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Set of three Barbie Doll Anatomical Sculpts I created as a follow up to the original 2013 #jasonfreeny


Grey’s paintings can be described as a blend of sacred, visionary art and postmodern art. He is best known for his paintings of glowing anatomical human bodies, images that “x-ray” the multiple layers of reality. His art is a complex integration of body, mind, and spirit. The Sacred Mirrors, a life-sized series of 21 paintings, took 10 years to complete, and examines in detail the physical and metaphysical anatomy of the individual. "The inner body is meticulously rendered - not just anatomically precise but crystalline in its clarity".[6] Many of his paintings include detailed representations of the skeleton, nervous system, cardiovascular system, and lymphatic system. Grey applies this multidimensional perspective to paint the universal human experience. His figures are shown in positions such as praying, meditating, kissing, copulating, pregnancy, birth and death. His work incorporates many religious symbols, including auras, chakras, and icons with geometric shapes and tessellations in natural, industrial, and multicultural situations. Grey’s paintings are permeated with an intense and subtle light that is rare in art history. “It is the light that is sublime in Grey’s oeuvre - which is the most important innovation in religious light since the Baroque - and that makes the mundane beings in them seem sublime, in every realistic detail of their exquisite being”.[6] His highly detailed paintings are spiritual and scientific in equal measure, revealing his psychedelic, spiritual and super-natural view of the human race