Love Never Saved Anything - March 7th - New York, NY

Love Never Saved Anything – March 7th – New York, NY

PMM Art Projects Presents LOGAN HICKS LOVE NEVER SAVED ANYTHING March 7 – 19, 2014 at 154 Stanton Street, New York January 28, 2014 – PMM Art Projects announces a special pop-up exhibition of New York- based artist, Logan Hicks, featuring nautical-based stencil paintings as well as photographs from his...
Toe The Line benefit auction

Toe The Line benefit auction

www.ToeTheLineAuction.com "Toe The Line" is an online art auction to raise funds for the PTA-funded programs at Public School 132 (P.S. 132) in Brooklyn, NY. Toe the Line was conceived of by Brooklyn-based painter and photographer, Logan
"Thin Veils And Heavy Anchors"- March 8, 2013"

“Thin Veils And Heavy Anchors”- March 8, 2013″

Logan Hicks Announces "Thin Veils And Heavy Anchors" -- New Exhibit To Debut At LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) On March 8, 2013
"Lights Out" Benefit photograph from Logan Hicks for Hurricane Sandy victims

“Lights Out” Benefit photograph from Logan Hicks for Hurricane Sandy victims

"Lights Out" Benefit photograph from Logan Hicks for Hurricane Sandy victims     Hurricane Sandy has destroyed entire towns and families in the tri-state New York area. While my own family and belongings escaped any real damage
Walls & Frames book

Walls & Frames book

I'm excited to be in the new Walls&Frames book from Gestalten. About This Book Walls & Frames is a cutting-edge collection of recent work by young artists who are moving from the street into galleries. These ambitious talents are keeping the
Oslo, Norway - T&J Art Walk - Human Rights Watch Benefit

Oslo, Norway – T&J Art Walk – Human Rights Watch Benefit

Artists Involved: FAILE The London Police Shepard Fairey D*Face Logan Hicks Fenx Will Barras SEEN Vitaly Rusakov (Mizer) Martin Whatson Flying Fortress Galo Nicolay Aamodt STREET ART FOR HUMAN RIGHTS - AGAINST TERROR AND INTOLERAN
GoGallery - Amsterdam - TLP, Logan Hicks, Shepard Fairey, Will Barras, Lunar, Swanski, Joe Holbrook, Vanwa

GoGallery – Amsterdam – TLP, Logan Hicks, Shepard Fairey, Will Barras, Lunar, Swanski, Joe Holbrook, Vanwa

September 3rd, 2011 Amsterdam, NL www.gogallery.nl Artists involved: Shepard Fairey Logan Hicks Will Barras Lunar Swanski Joe Holbrook Vanwa
Visit from Martha Cooper

Visit from Martha Cooper

Anyone that knows about graffiti, street art, subways, or mid 80's New York probably already knows about Martha Cooper. I had the good fortune to meet Martha a few years back and to my surprise she was originally from Baltimore, the same as me. We ha
Pretty Ugly | June 2nd

Pretty Ugly | June 2nd

Pretty Ugly - Opera Gallery - June 2nd, 2011

Pretty Ugly – Opera Gallery – June 2nd, 2011

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Logan Hicks - Pretty Ugly - Opera Gallery - June 2nd

Logan Hicks – Pretty Ugly – Opera Gallery – June 2nd

Next week is the opening of my show at the Opera Gallery here in New York. VERY excited about this show so stop by and check it out here is a sneak peak of one of the pieces. Patrick is cleaning off the surface before we photograph it.  
Graffiti 365

Graffiti 365

The book comes out in September and I am in it. Excited to see what the full thing looks like   published by Abrams
Vandalog and M.A.N.Y. present Up Close and Personal

Vandalog and M.A.N.Y. present Up Close and Personal

    In two weeks, Vandalog and Murals Around New York (MANY) will be putting on a pop-up show in a New York City apartment. Up Close and Personal mostly came out of two ideas: 1. Street artists tend to work large outdoors and we
Martha Cooper Remix

Martha Cooper Remix

Carmichael Gallery invites you to Martha Cooper : Remix   Photographs by Martha Cooper with Original remixes of these photographs
Stencil World: Stencil Art from around the Globe

Stencil World: Stencil Art from around the Globe

Stencil World: Stencil Art from around the Globe   Reception: 7-11p, March 18 On View: March 17-20 Location: Gallery AM - Art Monster, 2617 Cherokee St. Confirmed Artists: c215 (Paris), Logan Hicks (Brooklyn) Dude Company (Lille,
Art Basel Miami 2010

Art Basel Miami 2010

This immense 40'x7' mural was done for the Wynwood Mural project during Art Basel Miami in 2010. The largest mural to date, this piece used a 7 layer stencil to achieve the ethereal affect of florescent warmth at night on New York City streets. A
Martha Cooper : Remix

Martha Cooper : Remix

Set to open April 9th, Martha Cooper : Remix at the Carmichael Gallery, will feature new interpretations of famous images by the world renowned photographer. In her own words "I've asked graffiti and street artists to choose one of my photos and
Life Line In Vitry France

Life Line In Vitry France

While in Paris, stenciling Life Line for Jérôme Coumet, I had the opportunity to travel to Vitry where I was able to produce this version for the street. Thanks again to Mehdi and Samantha from Galerie Itinerrance for setting up this projec
EditionedArt.com Prints

EditionedArt.com Prints

Editioned Art has recently updated their site to reflect the new prints available from Logan Hicks. To see the entire stock, please follow the web link [Here]
Gambia 2010

Gambia 2010

THINGS I LEARNED IN GAMBIA - goats make sounds that are similar to the wailing death cry of a small child - dying children make the sounds of living goats - to fend off mosquitos you need to use a 95% Deet spray which feels like someon
The 3D Art Book

The 3D Art Book

The 3D Art Book produced by Tristan Eaton and including an all star list of contemporary artists will be on sale in April. The book is scheduled to make the rounds starting at the New York Art Fair in March and continuing through the year to Basel, L
Nuart timelapse

Nuart timelapse

Nuart 2009 Last year I headed to Stavenger, Norway for the 2009 Nuart Festival. Here's a timelapse video showing the progression of the piece did.
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BALTIMORE – You better be here. That’s all I’m saying. Martha Cooper has a show at Gallery 788 on Feb 4th, at 7pm – 3602 Hickory Ave / Hampden / 3602 Hickory Ave

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#TBT 23 years ago I took this photo. I was going to college in Baltimore and came up to New York for the first time. The city was new and I wandered around endlessly and took hundreds of photos. One of the photos I took was of the chairs in this cafe I loved. I don’t remember much other than it had great coffee and classical paintings on the walls. Recently Lori Zimmer told me about Caffe Reggio. It was the first cafe in the US to serve Cappuccino’s. It also has a 16th century painting from the school of Caravaggio and a bench from the Medici Family. So went there and true to her word, it was/is amazing. I couldn’t shake the feeling that I’d been there before. So I came home and I dug through my archives. Sure enough, it’s the same place in my photo. Took me nearly 25 years to find it again, but I finally did! The picture is actually a xerox transfer that I made from the original negative. The last ‘real’ job I had was in Kinkos Copies in Baltimore on Charles Street (RIP). I was a terrible employee and I was on the verge of quitting and starting my own business. I’d spend my entire shift printing stuff for myself and friends. I can remember Bill Stevenson coming in and asking me to xerox tattoo flash for Seth Ciferri. When I wasn’t doing stuff for friends, I’d take my old film negatives and make prints on the color copier. Back then it was expensive to get color copies made, and ink jet printers weren’t that readily available. So I’d copy hundreds of 11×17 prints. Then, At night I’d sneak into the Maryland Institute College of Art print shop and use their litho presses. I had graduated a few years prior, but I guessed the combination one night and got it, so I kept sneaking in. To make xerox transfers, I’d sandwich the color copy in-between two pieces of archival paper. Then douse it with xylene or lacquer thinner. The solvents would start to dissolve the ink and I would run it through the litho press. It would transfer the dissolved ink to the paper yielding a print. I would use up to a gallon of xylene to make hundreds of these transfer prints. Since I was technically breaking into the print shop i never knew when I would get caught or what would happen if I did so I would work till the sun came up. I heard from students that in the morning the smell was so obnoxious from the xylene that they’d have to delay the start of class. Whoops. Who would have thought that after nearly a quarter of a century that things would come full circle and I’d find myself in the same Cafe that I went into on my first trip to New York. good times.

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Keep keepin’ on I don’t care what they say #TMNT

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For the New Years Eve party that I co hosted with Lori Zimmer Natalie Kates and Ron English I did a series of laser cut tyvek lamp shades that incorporated all the names of people involved with the party. Here is a close up of one of them.

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around 1998 an 18 year old skinny graffiti kid who went by the name CEK emailed me asking to work at my screenprint shop in Baltimore. We worked together for a year or two but I hadn’t seen him since then. During the New Years Eve party that I was hosting with Natalie Kates and Lori Zimmer a guy came up to me and said hello. I drew a blank until he introduced himself. It was Chris Keating (CEK) from Yeasayer. It’s been nearly two decades since I’ve seen him. Back then I was doing portraits of many of the people I was friends with, including Chris. This is a painting that I did of him. I can’t explain how much I fucking love seeing people pursue their dreams and passions and finding a way to make a living off of it. That feeling is compounded when it’s someone from Baltimore who has done well. I feel lucky that I was able to see the beginning of the path that Chris has taken. If you are not familiar with YEASAYER check them out. They’re pretty fucking amazing – www.yeasayer.net

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COME CELEBRATE! tomorrow night with a slew of amazing artists and people like Ron English Crocheted Olek Jon Burgerman Lori Zimmer Natalie Kates Buff Monster and tons of others will help usher in the New Year. Less than 50 admission tickets remaining Pick up tix at: http://grandlifehotels.myshopify.com/

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Found this while ‘rural’ exploring today. Yes, it’s what you think it is. No i have no idea of why it was there or quadruple wrapped in black plastic and waterproofed. WTF

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If your son gets “night vision spy glasses” for Christmas. you should probably expect him to use them all the time. like when reading before sleep

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EGGNOG? EGGNOG!

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Party people in the house. Join me New Years Eve at the Tribeca Grand Hotel with Natalie Kates, Lori Zimmer, Buff Monster, Ron English, Jon Burgerman and Crocheted Olek

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FB friends please enjoy this 50% off coupon to buy my Respirator design from Indivisual Clothing. Use code “HOHO2014″ at checkout. Good till Thursday for the entire online catalog. Nog Cheers!

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