All photos stolen from the few&Far ladies thanks!
LES GIRLS CLUB
Group Exhibit & Benefit @BROOKLYN BROTHERS GALLERY // March 8th New York City
Toofly showcasing artwork with David Lachapelle, Swoon, Nicolina, and others
The Brooklyn Brothers Gallery
18 E. 17th street, 7th floor
Opening Thursday March 8, 2012 // March 8th-April 30th // Gallery Public Hours: 10am – 6pm.
“Few&Far wanted our next production to have some type of meaning behind it, since bee’s are extremely diligent but at the same time very small and easily effected by environment changes etc. The honey bee’s are dying at rapid rate enough to effect all world’s food. We felt the best theme for this wall would be Queen Bee’s it carried a lot meaning for us. We work as a solid team as the bee’s do just the same, but in our hive we are all Queen’s!” -M
Sketches for the Queen Bee wall HERE.
In late 2006, something strange began to happen to America’s honeybees. Colonies that were once thriving suddenly went still, almost overnight. The worker bees that make hives run simply disappeared, their bodies never to be found. Over the past couple of years, nearly one-third of all honeybee colonies have collapsed this way, which led to a straightforward name for the phenomenon: colony collapse disorder (CCD).
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1918282,00.html#ixzz1npIGWd23
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“The Love Warrior” featured illustration is Toofly’s new series of work found on the streets and rooftops of New York City.
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A huge Thank you to our sponsors and the people that made Miami QUEEN BEE Wall happen!!
Meme for putting that whole thing together, Rime for everything and watching over all the ladies, Jurne for putting in good words for us! Lady Mags and Erin Yoshi for painting the back ground, all the ladies that painted!! Erin Ashford for the amazing photos!
Thanks Primary Flight Books, Typoe, Slow.
Finally thanks to every one that gives a shit!!!
The streets of El Barrio had an electric vibe for Art Basel! In it’s 10th year, the Wynwood Arts District, one of the biggest street art districts in the world, opened it’s walls. To be invited as an artist by the community, thanks to Primary Flight and sponsorship by Ironlak, is a huge responsibility to bring your best self to this historically Puerto Rican neighborhood and breath some positive life into it’s walls. With this in mind, I was open to whomever and whatever I could learn about the district, the Few&Far collective I came with and it’s visitors. Here is what I found..
Photo credit : Erin Ashford