13 Collages by Joe Castro

747 - by Joe Castro

Title: 747
Size: 16″ x 20″
October 2009

A Deep Sleep - by Joe Castro

Title: A Deep Sleep
Size: 16″ x 20″
May 2010

Big Shot - by Joe Castro

Title: Big Shot
Size: 16″ x 20″
September 2010

Aftershock - by Joe Castro

Title: Aftershock
Size: 12″ x 16″
April 2012

Tornado Alley by Joe Castro

Title: Tornado Alley
Size: 13″ x 15″
July 2012

True by Joe Castro

Title: True
Size: 16″ x 20″
January 2009

Curiosity and Suspicion by Joe Castro

Title: Curiosity and Suspicion
Size: 12″ x 19″
February 2010

In Adhesion by Joe Castro

Title: In Adhesion
Size: 16″ x 20″
February 2011

Playing on the Waves by Joe Castro

Title: Playing on the Waves
Size: 16″ x 20″
December 2010

Servant Suburbia by Joe Castro

Title: Servant Suburbia
Size: 16″ x 20″
May 2010

The Rushing Fog by Joe Castro

Title: The Rushing Fog
Size: 15″ x 20″
January 2012

Wrap Us in a Blanket of Nightshade by Joe Castro

Title: Wrap Us in a Blanket of Nightshade
Size: 12″ x 18″
December 2012

Congratulations, You caught the bouquet by Joe Castro

Title: Congratulations, You Caught the Bouquet
Size: 13″ x 17″
November 2012

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About Joe Castro

Based in Philadelphia, Joe Castro is an artist, musician, designer and filmmaker. His paintings and collages have been shown in galleries and art spaces across the United States and Canada.

As guitarist for the band The Situation, which toured the US and gained widespread critical praise, he created most of the band's album graphics and promotional material, and soon began receiving as much attention for his art as for his guitar playing. Since 2006, he has be shown his work in galleries internationally, accepted commissions, and participated in large, high-profile art projects.

Joe also runs his own graphic design business, Red Attic Studios, where he has created gig posters for many well-known bands. His design work has won numerous awards. He hosts a popular music podcast via his website, mightyjoecastro.com, and recently co-directed a music video shot entirely on super 8 film. He is a board member of the Wilmington Skate Project, where he has curated two benefit art shows.

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