Pop Culture and Entertainment Art

Lying on a board table are several different decorative rocks that are believed to be pieces to an ancient board game

The World’s Oldest Monopoly Game?

An archaeologist in the Southeastern part of Turkey recently unearthed a collection of stone artifacts when taken all together appear to be the pieces of an ancient board game. Estimated to be approximately 5,000 years old, the artifacts are proof … Continue reading


Pop Art Trend – Reverse Graffiti

Reverse Graffiti: The New Green Movement? Have you seen this yet? i just learned about it and it’s one of the hottest trends out there. It’s called “Reverse Graffiti” and it’s graffiti art for the new millennium. Basically, instead of … Continue reading

A Star Of Peace Proof LR

Fazzino’s Jewish Art Collection

I am often asked by collectors whether or not I am Jewish because I’ve painted so many Jewish art themes. Well, I am not Jewish but I have an incredible respect for Jewish heritage and Jewish lifestyle.  My college years … Continue reading


Happy Birthday Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal turns 100 years old this month! Originally completed in 1913, the terminal was a tribute to the magnificence of the rail industry at the time. It’s been preserved through time and been through both renovations and revivals…and … Continue reading

The Art of Mardi Gras

It’s Mardi Gras season in New Orleans….sort of. As the NFL and football fans from around the world get ready to descend on the city, the annual celebration of Mardi Gras has been put on hold. The annual parades began … Continue reading

Sneaker Art – Art on Unusual Objects

Pop art comes in all forms. In fact, artists known as “Street Artists” were and still are inspired by the pop art movement.  Street Art encourages many artists to take their self-expression off the canvas and onto walls, cars, trains, … Continue reading