• Little Collector Pop-Up Shop Tomorrow!

    Looking for a unique gift for your favorite baby or little artist? Head on over to Little Collector's pop-up holiday shop Saturday, December 10th from 2-5 pm at 195 Chrystie Street, 7th floor for holiday treats, gift wrapping, and discounts on framed prints. All art prints are affordably priced and framed, so they're ready to hang immediately. We have our eye on prints by RxArt artists and coloring book collaborators Shepard Fairey, David Levinthal, Jason Middlebrook, Cynthia Rowley, and Trey Speegle. In addition, a portion of all proceeds are donated to RxArt. What a great message to give to kids this holiday season: that the cool art hanging on their wall helps to bring installations to hospitals in New York and around the country!

  • Art Basel Miami Beach

    This weekend, RxArt was in Miami for another installment of Art Basel. Artists like Nate Lowman, Aurel Schmidt, Scott Campbell, Brendan Fowler, Sam Falls and many more were represented at the fair. With all the events, booths, and parties going on, trying to see all the art becomes a hectic event. Below are a few selects.


    Dan Colen

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  • End-of-Year Fundraiser!

    The month of December is dedicated to our End-of-Year-Fundraiser to raise the last $2,000 needed to fund a project at Emory University Hospital. Yesterday marked the launch of the fundraiser and donations have already been pouring in and bringing us even closer to helping Atlanta's patients. The Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging waiting area at Emory University Hospital will be transformed by James Welling's dramatic photographs of Philip Johnson's Glass House. Be a part of this amazing project by donating today!

    Help us and receive a gift in return! Donations of $25 receive an artist-signed copy of our latest coloring book, Between the Lines Vol. III, while donations reaching $100 will receive a coloring book AND a Terry Richardson autographed puzzle. For donations of $250 or more, you will obtain a signed gelatin silver print of New York taken by Life Magazine photographer, John Muller, between 1938 and 1945. 

    Click HERE to make your donation! Every dollar counts and brings us one step closer to helping patients at Emory University Hospital!

  • RxArt at SheMakes Holiday Festival!

    RxArt is happy to announce that we are going to be a vendor in this year's SheMakes holiday festival!  We will be selling Between the Lines: Vol III and all three of our puzzles.  Come stop by to say hello and pick up gifts for your friends and family!

    When: Saturday, December 3 from 12-5pm

    Where: 375 Hudson Street 

    For more information, check out this link on The Daily Muse: http://www.thedailymuse.com/shemakesfestival/overview/

  • Happy Socks! Terry Richardson x Jen Brill

    Good friends Terry Richardson and Jen Brill teamed up to create an outrageous, colorful campaign for Happy Socks. The project brought together an array of up-and-coming New York talent to showcase the Happy Socks range styled up as headbands, tops, pants, and even bras. All photos by Terry Richardson. Check it out!

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  • Bring Art to Atlanta's Patients

    We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and enjoyed time with family and friends.  Now that the holiday season is officially upon us, we know you are starting to think about gifts and what to get for your loved ones. Don't stress--RxArt has the perfect solution sure to satisfy even the pickiest of your friends or family.


    To complete the installation of fourteen James Welling photographs at Emory University Hospital's Department of Nuclear Medicine, we just need to raise $2,000.  A small donation can help bring us a step closer to transforming the current space with Welling's vibrant photographs, creating an unexpectedly beautiful environment for patients, families and hospital staff. 

    Please consider lending your support between December 1st - 31st to help Emory begin 2012 with this stunning installation.

    • Donate $25 and receive an artist-signed copy of RxArt's newest and most expansive coloring book to date, Between the Lines, Vol. 3
    • Donate $100 and receive an autographed Terry Richardson puzzle in addition to a signed coloring book
    • Donate $250 or more and receive a signed gelatin silver print of New York taken by Life Magazine photographer, John Muller, between 1938 and 1945

    RxArt is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.  If you would like your donation to be considered fully tax-deductible, rather than receiving one of the aforementioned products, please specify "Contribution Only" in the "Message" section of the "Donate" page.


    The smallest donation counts - thank you for your support and allowing us to continue pursuing our mission of improving otherwise sterile environments through contemporary art.  Please click HERE to make your donation!

  • New Addition to RxArt

    I am so excited to be RxArt's newest intern!  I first read about RxArt in an article in The NY Times Magazine almost two years ago and have been following them ever since.  I was drawn to the organization for both personal and professional reasons--growing up, my brother was in and out of the hospital and I know firsthand how important the presence of art and color is to lift the spirits of both the patients and visitors.

    I graduated from Cornell University in 2008 with a B.S in Fiber Science and Apparel Design and soon after decided to pursue obtaining a Master of Social work degree.  I went to Yeshiva University and received my MSW in the Spring of 2011 and I have been trying to find a way to blend my love of art and desire to do something with a philanthropic edge.  I checked back in to see if RxArt had any opportunities, and here I am! I am thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful organization and look forward to working with them on all of their exciting projects and initiatives.

  • Artist Talk: Ben Blatt

    The first time I saw Ben Blatt's lush watercolor paintings of life within overgrown terrariums, I was struck by his exquisite detail and unique visual vocabulary. Inspired by Indian miniatures, botanical cross sections, and man-made recreations of nature, Blatt creates fantastic worlds reminiscent of lost paradises. I had the great pleasure of asking Ben a few questions about his work and inspirations.

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  • Terry Richardson "Mom & Dad" at Half Gallery

    Tonight marks the opening reception of Terry Richardson's "Mom & Dad" exhibition at Half Gallery. As the title suggests, the exhibition centers on photographs of Richardson's mother and father. In the artist's words, "My parents split up when I was four. It feels good for me to have them back together again, even if it's in a gallery and only for a little while." The floor of Half Gallery is strewn with photographs of the artist from childhood, while the walls feature a video piece and images of Richardson's parents. "Mom & Dad" will be up until December 4th. Don't miss the opportunity to catch a glimpse into the private life of one of today's most celebrated photographers!

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  • Artist Talk: Andrew Kuo

    When I first saw Andrew Kuo's work, I instantly took a liking to his personal yet universal story-telling. Andrew is known for documenting personal life, emotional experiences and the minutiae of everyday life, translating them into colorful "infographics" that incorporate both image and text. His work brings together his experience as a painter, graphic designer, and art history student, referencing postmodern artists such as Josef Albers and Frank Stella. With titles such as "Some Things I am Scared of in November 2007"; "A Late Hangover On February 17, 2009"; "Being Accused of Being an Asshole (Via Instant Messenger) on June 21, 2009" his work reads like a comprehensive diary that is funny, witty, and insightful. I had a chance to talk to the New York-based designer and artist at his gallery, Taxter and Spengemann.

    Your charts are like a diary - very personal and honest, and very relatable. When did you start making them?
    Hm - at this point I've been making them for maybe 6 years? Or 7? I could find out but it might be depressing to know.

    What about the chart format appeals to you?
    It's a way for me to talk about more than one thing at once, literally plotting one idea against the other within the same eyeshot. I wear glasses so I am inclined to be X-, Y- and Z-axis-obsessed. And also, this may sound really weird, but I think about the idea of paint a lot and these charts let me talk about that.

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