Graffiti // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
It’s been a while since we last checked in on what Stephen “Espo” Powers has been up to. Unsurprisingly, the prolific artist has been busy beautifying walls across these great lands one witty punch line after another and various other surfaces like a giant semi truck trailer. Painted for PS3 at Nada Art Fair, Powers knocked out one of his signature styled collage pieces based around the ever-important topic, education.
Street Art // Friday, August 31, 2012
“I like words, I’m a word guy” says Steven Powers in this new video produced by Fader to promote his upcoming show next week at Joshua Liner Gallery. Watch as Powers explains the importance of comedy, his process beginning with sketches on the subway, and his hunger for showing in New York.
Street Art // Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Steven Powers painted the phrase “Cod is Great” in close proximity to his other recent mural “Eternal Light and/or Eternal Night” in Vardø, Norway for Komafest. Both murals were painted on what looks to be docks for fisherman boats, which would explain the witty pun exchanging “Cod” for “God.”
Graffiti // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Brilliant doodling from the highly skilled hands of Steve Powers. Reas gets check from toys biting, MCA homage, Twist tornado, Curve’s death curve, so many great things in here!
Street Art // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
With the task of painting a 330-foot-long grandstand that represents the overall theme of this years Roskilde Music Festival, Steven Powers discusses his process and challenges for this particular project. Powers also speaks on the difference of connecting with people being an artist opposed to being a musician. The Festival located in Roskilde, Denmark features large musical acts like Bjork, The Cure, Asap Rocky, and Bruce Springsteen, as well as numerous smaller independent bands.
Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Steven Powers (Featured May 2012 cover artist) who needs little introduction if you are regular reader of Juxtapoz, has just released a highly limited run of prints based on one of his murals from the Love Letter Project. A 10 color print, signed and numbered, and likely to sell out quick!
Street Art // Thursday, May 10, 2012
A new video has been released of the quick tongue and prolific artist, Steven Powers, aka Espo, talking about his art at the PSFK Conference NYC. Powers discusses his recent public and private art projects, along with explaining his one-a-day art “Daily Metaltation” pieces. As usual, this talk is witty and humorous. Powers is one of our cover artists to the current May 2012 printed Juxtapoz.
Street Art // Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Vacated from his “Livingston Street Market” show location that also served as home base for the “Love Letter to Brooklyn” project, Steven Powers left behind some signage at the empty showroom.
Street Art // Thursday, January 05, 2012
Needing no introduction, Steve Powers has been relentless in his various mural projects, always witty and constantly raising the bar. His newest piece, titled Train To Always, replicates the New York MTA’s subway map with various emotions along the stops.
Street Art // Monday, November 21, 2011
Opening over the weekend, Livingston Street Market displayed 5400 sq. feet of painting and signs from the Moca ‘s Art in the Streets show, painted by Todd James and Steven Powers. With The First Street Market exhibiting in Japan in 2000 with Barry Mcgee, the installation has continued to evolve and has been shown in several locations internationally.