3D Pop Art

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Fazzino Pop Art is a Hit in Heimbach

On June 21 and June 22, Charles Fazzino appeared at an exhibition of his work at the prestigious International Academy Art Heimbach/Eifel. The exhibition of more than 150 works from the internationally renowned 3D pop artist opened on April 27th … Continue reading



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Travel With Fazzino to Moscow!

It’s Our Second Edition of TRAVEL WITH FAZZINO: MOSCOW In our last “Travel with Fazzino” blog, we took you on a tour of New York City. Now, we move half way around the world to Moscow…drawn by Fazzino for the … Continue reading



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Artists Literally Transform Pop Culture

We recently discovered the art of Tim Noble and Sue Webster on a ThisisMarvelous.com blog and there is no doubt that their work is absolutely marvelous. Combining bits of discarded trash with household items, bones from deceased animals, and scraps … Continue reading



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Travel With Fazzino to New York City!

It’s Time For Our First Edition of TRAVEL WITH FAZZINO: NEW YORK CITY New York City is smack dab in the middle of the “It’s a Small World Mural” and that’s with good reason. Fazzino is most famous for painting … Continue reading



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Travel With Fazzino: A New Blog Series

With the upcoming release by Charles Fazzino of a new 3D limited edition serigraph titled “It’s a Small World Mural” we thought it might be a fun idea to tour the artwork through the artist’s eyes. Many of the places … Continue reading



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New Release: Il Sole Brilla su Venezia

For over thirty years now, Charles Fazzino has been taking us all over the world through his vibrant cityscape artwork. In his new release “Il Sole Brilla su Venezia”, Fazzino visually pays tribute to his 1995 release “Angels Over Venice,” one … Continue reading



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Japanese Artist Finds a Unique Niche

Dali had his Mustache, Warhol his Marilyn Monroe, and Michelangelo his David. Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa has his…ZIPPERS and T-SHIRTS. In some circles of Tokyo, he’s regarded as a nuisance, marking public spaces with his one-of-a-kind paintings and sculptures of … Continue reading