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Laurie

ArtPop Class of 2020

ArtPop Charlotte – Class of 2020

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You guys. I have news. Really big crazy amazing news. A gelatin monotype print of mine, Wall Dive, has been selected for the ArtPop Charlotte class of 2020! Starting in mid-January, Wall Dive will be displayed on billboards, newsstands, airport charging stations, shopping center digital kiosks, and more all year! The first billboard location will be on I-77, just north of the LaSalle St. exit. I believe it will be on the left side of the highway, but visible to northbound traffic. Here’s a map link for you, and I’ll share photos as soon as I can! It is currently being shown…

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Gone Dogs - Tales of Dogs we've Loved

Gone Dogs is here

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You guys. I have news. One of the most biggest projects I've ever worked on, Gone Dogs, is available for purchase. Like, now. Like, right this second. Gone Dogs is a coffee table book featuring 50 stories and photos of beloved dogs from around the world. My good friend, Jim Mitchem and I have been working our butts off for literally years to produce this collection, and I'm here to tell you – it is stunning. If you have ever loved a dog, you will love this book. I promise. Visit the Gone Dogs website to order your copy. I can't wait for...
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Plaza Midwood Signal Cabinets

Wrapping Plaza Midwood

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I am so thrilled that my recent signal box wrap project with the Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association and Plaza Midwood Merchants is complete! You can now see art from eight amazing Charlotte artists (plus me!) on the traffic signal cabinets along Central Ave. and The Plaza. Let's take a walking tour, shall we? Start at the corner of Hawthorne and Central for Holly Spruck's Charlotte skyline: Head up to Clement, in front of Bistro la Bon, to see Annada Hypes' adorable illustrations: At the corner of Pecan and Central, you'll find Mo Wineman's homage to Plaza Midwood: My piece is...
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Signal Cabinet Wraps

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Charlotte is just beginning to dip its toe in the world of Signal Cabinet wraps and I’m so proud to have created the first ones on display! The first one is in South End, on the corner of South & East Boulevards, right next to Grace Covenant Church. It’s called Intersectional, to pay homage to the crossroads where it is located. Where East meets West, South meets North, haves meet have nots, etc. The art is was created with watercolor and ink.   The second one is on the corner of Thomas and Central Ave, next to Workman’s Friend. 2…

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