Billy The Artist Jazzes Up Two Lobbies in New York

Picture Above: BTA with Leanne Stella, owner and founder of Art in Flux and RAM.

Forest Hills 

Billy the Artist (BTA) is an internationally renowned artist whose studio is based in the East Village of New York City.

His projects and designs have been seen all over the world for such clients and global brands as Swatch, Lamborghini, Cow Parade, Suzuki, Sony, Microsoft, The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Museum, MTV, Gibson Guitar, Mountain Dew, Puma, Vans shoes, race car driver
Danica Patrick, Fashion Week Athens and Madrid, Enesco and currently the designer of the new Nescafe Dolce Gusto machine worldwide. Mural projects include Woodstock 99, Art Basel Miami, Casa Décor Miami, Delaguarda, The Rio Casino Las Vegas, the Broadway, National and London productions of the musical RENT.

His paintings have shown at the prestigious Forbes Gallery as well as other galleries in New York, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, New Orleans, Austin, Cleveland, Mexico City, Carib Fine Art in Curacao, Foxx Galerie Zurich, Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai, and The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. Billy has been published in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Elle, US Weekly, Juxtapoz, Entertainment Weekly, and numerous other magazines and newspapers around the globe.

The first lobby I curated with BTA was the lobby on Grand Central Parkway in Forest Hills and then I commissioned BTA to make artwork fitting for the General Assembly at 10 East 21 Street in Flatiron.

All works on display and others are available for sale, including private commissions and wall murals.

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