Quote of the Day
“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.”
- George Bernard Shaw
The Family Tradition art exhibition curated by Ron English features some of the most dangerous artist is slated for Sunday, July 19th at De La Barracuda.
Case File: FRANCISCO LOCASTRO
LoCastro was born in Catania, Italy in 1976, raised in Germany, and transplanted to Ft. Lauderdale. His collegiate employment at a commercial art studio opened his mind to art as a life-long career as a curator and painter, which in 2000, lead him to found Pop Art Studios, a creative services company, commercial art & design studio and launch pad for LoCastro’s diverse art projects and various organized art crimes.
LoCastro’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including VICE, Juxtapoz,
Art of the Times, NYArts, La Stampa and The Miami Herald. Current and past clients include Credit Suisse, Ecko, Converse and Scion which clearly makes him a made man.
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