New work from NYC graffiti legend GHOST aka Cousin Frank, a pioneering influence for many graffiti artists around the world is currently on show at BLVD Gallery. Having implemented his work and made a nam for himself during the late 70’s, Ghost was one of the names you can associate with the NYC subway graffiti movement.
"The original style, vibrant color combinations, and strong sense of satire of his graffiti has managed to ease the transition naturally to his more gallery oriented pursuits. Ghost has spent many years dedicated to the formation (or deformation) of the standard English alphabet creating limitless possibilities for him to subvert the language in his unique style."
Ghost has become a highly saught after figure and has showcased work in galleries around the globe and has become a major part of the visual aesthetic of companies like respected streetwear brand Stussy. There is also a documentary in production chronicling the many contributions Ghost has made to the global graffiti movement. This show will be the second time that BLVD Gallery has been stage for a Ghoist exhibition, make sure you check it out if you are in the area which runs until May 3.