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ryan garvey for the theatre offensive.

August 3rd, 2010 · 5 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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