Press | March 12, 2016

RIME Interviewed by PRØHBTD

From the Street to Studio: An Interview with RIME By Anna del Gaizo   The street-bred, aerosol-fed graffiti artist is a dying species. But RIME, also known as Jersey Joe, is one of the few who’s keeping the gritty, guerilla tradition alive—ironically by taking to the canvas and imparting elements of fine art into his own... read more
News | February 19, 2016

Mana Urban Arts Project: RIME Video

In collaboration with Mana Urban Arts Project and Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Brooklyn-based RIME has created a memorial piece to legendary street artist NACE (NACEO), a graffiti innovator in the 1990s and a frequent collaborator of KAWS. The location is particularly meaningful to RIME, as he and NACE used to paint the area often in the... read more
News | February 12, 2016

Studio Visit with RIME

In anticipation of his debut solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Conclusions, RIME invited us into his Brooklyn studio to get a sneak peek of the new work and talk about his process. RIME (aka Jersey Joe) has over twenty-five years of experience in graffiti and is recognized as an esteemed artist with adventurous style.... read more