This painting – and many more – by Noah Verrier is sweet perfection. A colleague shared it in a Slack channel and I have been pining after it ever since.
Give this a listen:
A couple years ago, as the writer Sarah Elizabeth was working on her book, “The Art of Fantasy” (out September 12th), a particular illustration kept popping into her mind’s eye. It was the cover for the 1976 Dell/Laurel Leaf paperback edition of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic sci-fi/fantasy novel “A Wrinkle in Time.”Endless Thread podcast / wbur.org
Hodges Soileau talks about the images that defined the series for a generation of readers — and why he’s selling the original art to superfans now
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On April 20, Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture (MOAC) announced that Street Theory will be the city’s mural consultant. It’s a three-year contract totaling over $3.5 million. Through December 2025, Street Theory will work with MOAC and other entities to facilitate and complete “10 to 15 murals or other mutually agreed upon public art projects across Boston each year,” according to a press release.
Not every street artist has been thrilled about the rapid rise of the Blind Fox brand. Hagler said she’s received an earful from critics who view her and her peers as sellouts for basing their careers on big business commissions.
But she’s not bothered.
“Here’s the thing: We need to make money,” she said. And besides, “I’ve gotten tons and tons of experience just from working with these corporate clients.”Erica Hagler / Blind Fox
haters are gonna hate.
make that $