Locations

FACES OF ALBUQUERQUE BY GREEN JEANS FARMERY
3600 Cutler Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
 
About this Artist:
Well known Albuquerque photographer Wes Naman is the photographer behind 505 Faces, a portrait book of the people of New Mexico. His fine art portfolio spans a wide range of photographic styles and subject areas. www.wesnamanphotography.com This sculpture, featuring fine art portraits of many of Albuquerque’s most recognizable residents, has gained it’s own notoriety as one of the more popular #makeemboom charity campaign sculptures.  
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BREAKING BAD BY ARCHETYPE DERMIGRAPHICS STUDIOS & GALLERY
529 Adams St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
 
About this Artist:
Albuquerque artist Ben Shaw and his colleagues Dave Briggs and Aldo Gallegos work in multiple media, with a focus on body art, murals and other graphic formats. Ben is the president of the Ethical Tattoo association of New Mexico which promotes licensing standards for the state 500 licensed tattoo artists.  “Archetype Dermigraphic Studio is all about promoting a high ethical standard and sense of community and brotherhood for those who are in the tattoo industry for the right reasons. Not only a tattoo studio, but a place for artists of all mediums to glean knowledge from one another and to inspire each other to branch out and tap into new veins of thought. Art is for sharing, not only imagery, but reaches to the gut and root of human experience. We invite those who love ar. Whether you produce it, like to look at it, or want to wear it, Archetype is the place where it all intersects.” www.archetypetattoo.com This Breaking Bad themed sculpture has been an Albuquerque favorite since it’s debut in boomtime’s initial 2015 #makeemboom charity campaign. 
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boomtime Verge Building Offices
317 Commercial St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
 
About this Artist:
Sculpture 1 :
Delano Garia and his colleagues Randy Sanchez and Torrie Bustamante created the golden globe sculpture for makeemboom and frequently work with local charities. Their work crosses a broad range of tattoo styles, graphics, posters and clothing. http://www.allisonetattoo.com/ This intricate sculpture can be viewed at Verge Building in downtown Albuquerque. 
 
Sculpture 2 :
Todd Hebenstreit is a well know local graffiti artist who works under the tag PathsOne. He is a frequent participant in national graffiti competitions and currently lives in San Francisco. His work is influenced by the vernacular of urban graffiti and tagging. Todd Hebenstrein Instagram Todd’s unique graffiti style is in full display in this #makeemboom sculpture initially created to benefit Youth Matters for the 2015 campaign. 
 
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