My solo show opens up April, 7 at Fifty24 (Upper Playground) Portland.
More info here.
“Make It Count”
A solo show by Marcos LaFarga
Bay area artist Marcos LaFarga ties together installation, typography, graphic design and photo realism to create his bold, colorful, and playful imagery.
“Make It Count” like all of Marcos’ work will be bursting with his positivity, sense of humor, and clever work that will surely make it an experience the whole family can enjoy.
Recently painted a utility box on 11th and Broadway in Oakland, CA. Thanks to Athen B. Gallery for organizing and getting me involved.
Photo Courtesy: Athen B. Gallery
I will be contributing my painting “Make Magic” to Ales for Autism on behalf of the folks at Calicraft Brewing at this years Art of Beer event in Sacramento, CA. I will be in attendance at the event.
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The Studio Work came by last month and did this really neat interview. Check it out here.
Photo Courtesy of: Elise Morris
This gallery contains 3 photos.
My good friend Jake Watling had a really nice mural on Telegraph and 43rd in Oakland, CA. It unfortunately got tagged. Even more unfortunate, Jake got diagnosed with cancer and was going through chemo therapy at the time and could … Continue reading
Code for America commissioned me for some live painting during their summit conference at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Process shot by Preston Rhea
About a month ago, one of my art school buddies Michael Simpson (Percy Feils), asked me if I wanted to collaborate on a wall in Oakland. Of coarse I said yes, jumping at the opportunity to get down with an old friend. The wall has had some invaders since then, but rest assure we’ll be keeping it maintained as best we can. The wall/building is located at 40th and MLK in Oakland, CA, if you want to check it out in person.
Another Outside Lands. This year was amazing as always. Full of Music, Art, Friends, Beer and Food. Painting with my man Ken Davis was a good time. Thanks to Jeben Berg, Juxtapoz and the rest of the Outsider Art crew for the good time.
A few snap shots below. Enjoy.
Subm2 crew on the left and Apex on the right in action.
Renos and daughter.
Ricky Watts and Griffin One.
Got to met Flaming Lips lead singer Wayne Coyne. Sweet!
Process shot credit: memarisol
Lots of fans had photo ops by my piece. I’m flattered.
TONS OF PEOPLE! Photo credit Ranger Dave and OutsideLands. THANK YOU!!!