Juxtapoz // Friday, May 29, 2015
Ricardo Cavolo is a young Spanish artist and illustrator getting an amazing international impact nowadays. Worker and prolific, his paintings flood murals, album covers, posters, books, clothes and every conceivable surface. His art is clear and distinctive with vibrant colours, rosy characters and the omnipresent eyes of fire. His hand made illustrations have now faced one of the most classic tarots, the Tarot ofMarseille, getting a superb modern and personal one called Tarot del Fuego.
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Station 16 and Pub Burgundy Lion are pleased to present "Gol, Carajo!", a solo exhibition for the Spanish artist, Ricardo Cavolo. “Gol, Carajo!” will be on display at Station 16 Gallery through November 5th. “Gol Carajo!”will highlight new, soccer-themed works. Additionally, Pub Burgundy Lion has created line of limited-edition of clothing featuring Cavolo’s artwork. The t-shirts, sweatshirts, and soccer scarves will be available for purchase at Station 16 Gallery and Pub Burgundy Lion while supplies last.
Illustration // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Ricardo Cavolo's flash-style tattoo inspired work is distinguishable beause of the bold colors he uses. Throught all of his works, Ricardo uses bright blues and reds to decorate his characters. He has a large body of work to look through, including murals, a painted ukulele, customized sneakers and some painted logs. Enjoy.
Street Art // Friday, October 04, 2013
In collaboration with LNDMRK and Saint-Louis communication, the YUL project was organized. The concept was to bring four international artists together, to create work to be sold during a silent auction benefiting the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation for sick children. The four artists included Faith 47, Jasper Wong, Omen and Ricardo Cavolo, all traveled to Montreal, Canada and painted on a large 800 square foot wall that was dismounted in smaller pieces. This new video further explains the project and the artist viewpoints.
Tattoo // Thursday, July 26, 2012
Artist Ricardo Cavolo was born in an art studio and says therefore he has been making art since his very first day. He says of his work, "I try to create a special mix creating complex and weird stories using a naif and direct style. My main influences are the outsider art and folk art. But I use music, literature, films, fashion, history, etc., too for creating my work."