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ryan garvey for the theatre offensive.

August 3rd, 2010 · 3 Comments

Rolling in the Pride Parade . . .

 

             

In May, The Theatre Offensive — a local nonprofit that works to educate the community about queer culture and lifestyle through performance art — comissioned Ryan to paint a float for the 2010 Boston Pride Parade. Working under a tight deadline, he dutifully created an impressive graffitied representation of the group’s “Out in Your Neighborhood” theme. Above, I’ve included some shots of the project — from the first sketch to the float’s big day in the Pride Parade.

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Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: art · artists · Boston · design · graffiti · street culture

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  • 1 ryan garvey for the theatre offensive. at thegraffik | Design and Illustration // Aug 6, 2010 at 11:00 am

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  • 2 Open // Jul 6, 2014 at 6:10 pm

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  • 3 Ajay // Feb 21, 2015 at 12:28 am

    Elroy,I can totally see how somneoe would be too appalled and the violence etc to walk out of A Clockwork Orange but I am afraid I think it is a work of geniusJonathan,with you, respect for me might go down (that’s indeed if you DO respect me in the first place) when I say I really, really liked Envy. Sure it pales in comaparison to a lot of other Stiller and Black comedies but I still laughed quite a bit and overall enjoyed myself with it. And Walken was fantastic and completely hilarious here to me.For me I have NEVER and I repeat NEVER walked out of a movie in my life. And the reason is no matter how bad, how disgusting or just how much I hate a film the reality is I have payed money for it. So I want to get my money’s worth. I know a lot of you will say you can get your moeny back but the cinema’s that I only have access to have turned me down in the past so I don’t attempt it anymore. Another reason I haven’t walked out is I like to stick around in case it DOES in fact get better maraculously in the latter part of the film. But there are a few films that I have seen on DVD that if I saw in the cinema I would walk out so

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