Dripped On Productions, founded by Matthew Denton Burrows & Jonathan Neville, was established in 2014 and is committed to adding a temporary or permanent splash of color and creativity to events, businesses, festivals, and products through art installations, street art, illustration, muralism, art direction, curating and live painting. Dedicated to the furthering of the global art community, Dripped On maintains relationships with hundreds of local and international artists, finding interesting outlets to display their art and give businesses a unique edge by having authentic and engaging artwork. Projects have ranged from large-scale music festivals, out-door murals, album covers, vehicle decoration, corporate and university gatherings, to restaurant murals, nightclub art decoration, and product design. If you need any kind of art for your event, business or product, Dripped On can and will provide that for you, all while having a very good time doing it. This is our passion.
Matthew Denton Burrows
Matthew Denton Burrows was born and raised in Manhattan, NY where he is still based. He received his Bachelors Degree in Fine Art at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania where he had the first-ever solo student show. He then went on to The School Of Visual Arts in Manhattan for his Masters in Illustration as Visual Essay. He chose this path, instead of a Fine Arts Masters, to further improve his ability to tell stories and comment on society through his fine art works. He has done professional illustration, but showing in a gallery setting and doing murals is his passion. Connecting with people in person about his work is what matters most. Naturally, the ever-changing, high-energy organism that is New York City has always been an inspiration first and foremost, but current events, travel, and a general exploration of new experiences and alternative culture fuel his work as well. If a subject is intriguing, fun to draw, complicated, and can allow him to speak his mind visually about our times, then Matthew will find a way to make a work about it, all while maintaining a cohesive style that is all his own. In addition to his own artistic practice, Matthew is an artistic entrepreneur. He is the project manager and assistant curator of Centre-Fuge Public Art Projects in New York City and is the CEO & Co-Founder of an art production company Dripped On Productions. He has done many murals and live painting events himself, and is deeply imbedded in the local street art scene/culture. Matthew is fresh off his debut solo show in Brooklyn and one in Aspen, CO, both of which were a welcomed success and Matthew was recently named to Paper Magazines list of 9 NY Based Street Artists to Watch Out For & NETWORKA.COM’s list of 10 Street Artists to Watch Out For.
Jonathan Neville is a born and raised Brooklynite. He attended Saint Ann's School and went on to graduate from Hamilton College with a BA in creative writing. Jonathan has worked at various magazines in New York including Vice Magazine and Frank151, and at Macmillan Publishers, St. Martin’s Press. Jonathan has published work for Frank151, Pony UK and MISS Crew. His work has been featured in TimeOut New York Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine and The Village Voice, among many other magazines, websites and newspapers in New York City and Miami.
In 2012, Jonathan co-founded the Centre-fuge Public Art Project where he is currently the director and head curator. Jonathan is responsible for all aspects of maintaining and sustaining Centre-fuge. Under Jonathan’s direction, Centre-fuge has become well recognized in the public art/street art world with numerous mural locations in New York City and Miami. According to TimeOut New York Magazine, the "Centre-fuge Trailer" is known as one of the top eight places to see street art in New York City. In addition, Mountain Dew’s culture website, Green Label, named the "Centre-fuge Trailer" as one of the top ten galleries in New York City. Jonathan also works alongside artists and musicians at events and openings as the manager and/or curator of a variety of art shows in New York City, including the four "Boys I Know" exhibits (2011-2012), "Something I Ate" (2012), Kenny Rodriguez’s "Portraits in Nightlife" (2013) and "Piece" and ‘Found" (2014).