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Cinde and David Meade live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Tristan Eaton

Tristan Eaton’s  Thunder Dog Studios is getting a lot of work these days with an album cover for Everlast, and a tour bus for Yelawolf. His client list keeps expanding. I first found out about him when I saw Fillmore mural he collaborated on with How and Nosm. Orginally from LA he now is based out of NYC. He made his name for himself in the designer toy market in addition to his street work.


How and Nosm

I learned about this pair after seeing one of their murals on Fillmore Avenue between Driggs and Roebling in Williamsburg Brooklyn NYC that they did with Tristan Eaton. They are currently doing a show in LA called Achtung which runs until November 5th at the Known Gallery on N. Fairfax Ave.  They are twin brothers named Raoul and Davide Perre born in San Sebastian Spain who grew up in Dusseldorf Germany. They moved to NYC in 1999 after being asked to join the TATS crew. They have a blog packed with photos of their work, and I will be posting a separate entry featuring the Fillmore mural that first got me interested in these two.
How and Nosm Site

Jim Hensons Fantastic World

Jim Henson’s Fantastic World celebrates the internationally known creative genius Jim Henson, whose work encompassed film, television, and puppetry. The exhibition features over 120 artifacts, including
drawings, storyboards, and props, all of which illustrate Henson’s boundless creativity and innumerable accomplishments.
Fifteen iconic puppets, including Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog, Rowlf, and Bert and Ernie, are on view, along with photographs of Henson and his collaborators at work and excerpts from his early projects and experimental films. The exhibition spans Henson’s entire career, with drawings, cartoons, and posters produced during his college years in the late 1950s and objects related to the inspired imaginary world of his popular 1982 fantasy film, The Dark Crystal. The exhibition features artifacts from Henson’s best-known projects, The Muppet Show, The Muppet Movie and its sequels, Fraggle Rock, and Sesame Street, in addition to materials from Sam and Friends, an early show he created in the 1950s, and his pioneering television commercial work in the 1960s.
Every weekend, Moving Image will present public programs related to the exhibition for audiences of all ages, including screenings, hands-on workshops, and exclusive special events with personal appearances by Henson’s close collaborators and family members.

David Meade – Street Art Archivist

Meditator, Street Scholar, Freestyle Emcee, Street Art Archivist and Buddhist Blogger.

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