Mosher is a Chicago-based artist, originally from Clearwater, Florida, with nearly a decade of painting murals throughout North America. His trademark swamp ape character and vivid, comic book like painting style have become an iconic part of the burgeoning Chicago mural scene. His new print with Galerie F is quintessential Chicago featuring vignettes into the city's streets and its landmarks overlayed an "L" map. View more of his current works and projects on his instagram: @MOSHERSHOW
Sharkula is a legend in the Chicago underground rap scene. Undoubtedly you have run into this enigmatic artist hustling hard to the tune of his one-of-a-kind voice, described in a recent Chicago Reader Article as forever staying true to "his scattered, unconventional, sometimes off-the-beat flow, his anachronistic love for a grimy boom-bap sound redolent of 90s hip-hop, or his fascination with lyrics about bodily functions." Sharkula and a Logan Square electronic artist MUKQS made way for a unique piece of Chicago history in the form of a collaborative cassette tape titled "Prune City".
The cassette is available online right now and in-store alongside the art of Sharkula currently on view as part of the "SMALLS TO THE WALLS" collection. These small original works are reminiscent of the packaging that his homemade CDs wear featuring tags, postal labels, lyrics and more.