New Mural #WeAllBelong up in Brooklyn

New Mural #WeAllBelong up in Brooklyn

Its Up!! After lots of dreaming, lots and lots of work, Im super proud to share my very first mural #WeAllBelong  This mural is the first part of my dream to put up 10 murals around Crown Heights Brooklyn depicting the Rebbe’s 10 Mitzvah Campaign. More to come!! The concept in a nut shell is: Unity through recognizing our differences on the outside, while highlighting our oneness on the inside. Created in partnership with the Jewish Children’s Museum and in conjunction with The Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative – RCII Special thanks to Sarah Kranz-Ciment for believing in a loopy artist full of crazy ideas. I look forward to working with you on many more projects. Check out a short time lapse of part of the making of the mural. Here is an article about the mural and its story: November 21, 2018 A Mobile Mural -#WeAllBelong Unity through recognizing our differences on the outside, while highlighting our oneness on the inside. #WeAllBelong The enclave of Crown Heights, is well-known for its prominent Chabad presence. While at first glance its inhabitants may appear to form a rather uniform group, in reality it is comprised of a unique mesh of individuals with varying abilities, perspectives and origins. In partnership with the Jewish Children’s Museum and in conjunction with The Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative (RCII), artist Yitzchok Moully aims to promote ahavas yisroel, love for every person, by means of a mural in the neighborhood prominently displayed outside the JCM building. It highlights the Torah’s message that each person is a world unto themselves regardless of their abilities, the color of their skin, invisible mental health conditions, socioeconomic status,...

Moully Art Pop Up Gallery. Miami FL

BH I’m in Miami for the week of November 12-19. Super excited for Thursday night’s event with Chillent band + live painting. Check below for the other events in town. Click here for the Facebook Event  Moully Art Pop Up Gallery 1 Day only. Thursday, November 15 at The Shul of Bal Harbour,  9540 Collins Ave, Surfside, FL Live Music & Art beginning at 7:30pm Featuring Chillent band + Moully painting live Free & open to the public. Cholent will be served...
Tree of Life. Pittsburgh PA. 10.27.18

Tree of Life. Pittsburgh PA. 10.27.18

Attempting to deal with the darkness in this world. I was moved to respond to the terror in the way I know best; through my art. Tree of Life. Pittsburgh PA. 10.27.18 Click here to purchase a print of the Tree of Life – 25% of sales will be donated to the families of the victims of the terror attack. Below were my thoughts and words as I created the painting. Darkness “Good morning, Today Monday, two days after the horrific terrorist attack that took place at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Where eleven souls were killed just for being Jewish and coming to synagogue to pray. I felt moved to create a painting that reflects my feelings and perhaps the feelings of others, to mourn and to celebrate the lives of those who were lost.” “So, I’m going to begin with thick black, and paint a beautiful white canvas black. To create the mood to create the environment, that we live in, surrounded by darkness, surrounded by black. Yet somehow we need to carry we have to be that light in the darkness, so I’m creating the darkness in order that then together we can create the light.”     Tree of Life “The second step in the process, we have a black background, now we have a silkscreen of a beautiful tree of life. We are taking gold, beautiful metallic gold to be used to create our tree using the silkscreen method. Now some bronze, different metallic colors to create an element of fire, a glow, these metallic colors stand out as they come up...
Hassid in Orange Socks Mini Documentary

Hassid in Orange Socks Mini Documentary

So thrilled to share this mini documentary created by a dear friends and fellow creatives Yisroel Silman & Berry Cohen. They approached me and asked if they can interview me… I was blown away with the results. Check it out, share and please let me know your thoughts. But most of all, find your orange...
The Jewish Museum of New Jersey Presents: ‘Yitzchok Moully: Pop Art Rabbi’

The Jewish Museum of New Jersey Presents: ‘Yitzchok Moully: Pop Art Rabbi’

The Jewish Museum of New Jersey Presents: ‘Yitzchok Moully: Pop Art Rabbi’!! What an incredible honor to have my first solo museum show at the  The Jewish Museum of New Jersey! Yes, I am excited and looking forward to sharing the show with you! This is how the museum describes the show: “The NJ Jewish Museum is proud to present a solo show of Rabbi/Artist Yitzchok Moully. Join the museum for a journey through the evolving works of the artist. From Pop Art to and back, Rabbi/Artist Yitzchok Moully creates distinctive pieces of contemporary Jewish art that combine the bright, bold colors prevalent in pop art with the timeless and sophisticated images of Judaica and the Jewish people. His aim is to evoke themes from Torah, Kaballah and make them relevant to a modern generation. Well known for his bright, expressive Jewish pop art, Moully’s recent journey into technology of Augmented Reality takes his work to a whole new level. His current focus is to illustrate the hidden energy behind our actions. Moully utilizes the strong contrast of stark, silkscreen images with free-flowing, liquid paint to highlight his interpretation of the spiritual reaction to our actions. Prepare for a color explosion!”   Here are the details of the show: Jewish Museum of New Jersey, 145 Broadway, Newark NJ The show runs from September 16 – October 21, 2018 Opening Reception Sunday, September 16. 1-4pm The show will be part of the Newark Arts Festival Activities with two events. Artist talk – October 4 “Sole Dance” Performance – October 7 The show will end with a closing reception on October 21. The Museum...