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On Wednesday, Aug. 28 Chicago influencers and creatives gathered in Fulton Market with 75-degree temperatures on a balmy summer night for an extra-sensory experience. Bombay Sapphire presented “Stir Creativity,” hosted by Chicago comedian and sportscaster Young Wayne with special guest, “FlyBoy” visual artist Herbu Brantley.  Guests enjoyed a multi-tactical experience that featured each of the…

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R Renowned artist Hebru Brantley recently celebrated the launch of his brand-new art show titled “Parade Day Rain” presented by Hennessy VS at the Chicago Cultural Center. Brantley, a Chicago native,  was joined a the event by his girlfriend, Angela Carrol, close friends, and a number of well-respected art collectors. Some of Chicago’s top movers…

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  On Thursday, Feb, 18, the Little Black Pearl (LBP) Workshop Pepsi’s Recipe tour made a stop in Chicago in celebration of Black History Month. “Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons and actor Mack Wilds hosted the event. The evening’s honorees included relentless game changers and innovators Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte, artist Hebru…

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The masterful giant of iconic art, Hebru Brantley, has established his reputation by creating comic-inspired artwork with an urban spin. Brantley’s pop-up shop put Chicago’s best and most influential ideas on display. The home of classic artists like Charles White of a bygone era, Brantley, a Chicago native, has picked up his his palette, his creativity,, his understanding,…

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Hebru Brantley’s pop-up shop represented more than Chicago’s best and most influential ideas on display. “The pop-up shop is something we decided to do for the holidays,” says Brantley. “The majority of merchandising that we do is available online.” In this collection from Brantley, we find the barber chairs, the iconic ping-pong table situated as though there…

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I’m Hebru Brantley and this is my block. Describe what you do for a living. When people ask me what I do, simply, I’m a creator. I’m creative. I’m a painter. I’m a sculptor. How did your block contribute to your development as a person and as a professional?  My neighborhood influenced me and shaped…

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Private collectors previewed the works of Chicago artist Hebru Brantley at “Downtown 88” at Lacuna Artist Lofts – Ultra Gallery. Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip deejayed the party, which was sponsored by Hennessy Black.  Hebru is a favorite among elite art collectors. He recently had a piece purchased by Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter for a reported $200,000. Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys…

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A Chicago-based artist embellished a nondescript wall at the entrance of Atlanta’s Little Five Points neighborhood, on the corner of Moreland Avenue and Seabord. The eye-catching public art, dubbed as “significant and sizable,” is the work of Hebrú Brantley, who’s ditched the title of graffiti artist for a title more befitting an illustrator. Brantley enriched…

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