Hush working on street art as part of his Found exhibition

Hush creating at Frank's Chop Shop, on Essex St.

Hush working on Norfolk St.

Hush creating street art in the Lower East Side for the Found exhibition, debuting tonight at the Angel Orensanz Foundation.

See the rest of the photos here at our Flickr.

Don’t forget to come to the Foundation tonight to see the opening of Hush’s exhibit Found.  The Angel Orensanz Foundation is located at 172 Norfolk St. NYC.

Read about Hush’s exhibit at Curated Magazine.


Hush with Bee, artist and stylist from Frank's Chop Shop.

Hush (center) with Frank Gerard Godlewski, curator at the Angel Orensanz Foundation (left), and Justin Giarla, gallerist from the Shooting Gallery, San Francisco.


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