Neckface Gets Creepy for Halloween with Devil’s Disciple

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 26, 2009
Neck Face will turn Miami inside out in his premiere solo exhibition this Halloween night. The artist will deconstruct all 10,000 square feet of O.H.W.O.W. and build a world complete his own, including a haunted house installation, designed to frighten viewers as they enter the space.

Neckface Dead Dummy Stunt in Miami

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 29, 2009
  Bad boy artist Neckface is up to creepy tricks again. A dead dummy surrounded by beer cans and Cheetos bags graces a Miami window and has been scaring off passersby since Neckface installed it in anticipation of his show, Devil’s Disciple. See local news coverage of the scene now.

Neckface Video Interview x Solo Show

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 03, 2009
Graffiti turned studio artist Neckface is somewhat of an idiot savant, but they always say there’s a fine line between insanity and genius. Watch an entertaining video of the young artist here to get you warmed up for Neckface’s solo, Devil’s Disciple, opening (when else?) this Halloween.

Neckface Creeps While You Sleep

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 29, 2009
It's true, Neckface really does creep while you sleep. Hell, if you know anything about this illusive street and gallery artist, you know he actually does a lot more than creep. Neckface, known for his scratchy monster-infused illustrations, just completed this new mural. Commissioned by Altamount for a whopping $146.78 in paint, the new addition graces the street-facing wall of Barracuda’s new store location on Melrose Avenue off Fairfax in (where else?) Los Angeles. Creep over and get a peek at it yourself.

Neckface: The Night After Halloween

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Neckface's solo show, "The Night After Halloween", opened on September 16th at New Image Art in Los Angeles and runs through October 21st. We got tons of photos of the art and the opening. Don't be afraid. Photos by ert o'hara
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