Collection: Leroy's Place

69 products
Pickled Rainbows
Pickled Rainbows
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$40
Pretty Princess
Pretty Princess
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$40
Pretty-ish Princess - Canvas
Pretty-ish Princess - Canvas
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$495
Ralf's Pickled Rainbows
Ralf's Pickled Rainbows
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$250
Red Was My Favorite
Red Was My Favorite
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$40
Serenade
Serenade
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$40
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Sharktopus
Sharktopus
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$40
Sharktopus - Small Framed
Sharktopus - Small Framed
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$150
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Sharktopus Framed
Sharktopus Framed
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$350
Sharktopus vs Laser Penguins
Sharktopus vs Laser Penguins
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$40
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Snack Time
Snack Time
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$40
Sock Ness Monster
Sock Ness Monster
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$40
Spraycation
Spraycation
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$40
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Strange Love
Strange Love
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$40
Super Turbo
Super Turbo
Super Turbo
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$1,100
Swimming Lessons
Swimming Lessons
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$40
The Church
The Church
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$40
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The Church - Framed
The Church - Framed
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$350
The Ralfs
The Ralfs
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$40
The Rapture
The Rapture
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$40
The Rapture - Canvas
The Rapture - Canvas
The Rapture - Canvas
Price
$495
The Rapture - Small Framed
The Rapture - Small Framed
Price
$150
Tickets for Two
Tickets for Two
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$40
Unicorn Country
Unicorn Country
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$40
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Unicorn Country - Framed
Unicorn Country - Framed
Unicorn Country - Framed
Price
$350
You Can't Play With Us
You Can't Play With Us
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$40
Zesty
Zesty
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$40
Zesty - Framed
Zesty - Framed
Price
$375
Zesty - Small Framed
Zesty - Small Framed
Price
$150

 


BIO

Creative collective and artists’ space Leroy’s Place is the brainchild of New York artist Serene Bacigalupi. She is best known for her whimsical “Monster Makeover” paintings in which she gives vintage artwork new life by adding original characters into the landscape with ink and paint pen. See Serene's interview on Todd Talks and learn more about her creative creatures. 
Serene has had solo exhibitions of her original paintings at Oleander Gallery in New Orleans,  exhibitions in Brooklyn, Chicago, San Francisco, and LA. Her whimsical collection of monster paintings and illustrated acrylic jewelry has been featured on VH1, and in Refinery 29, Daily Candy, Nylon Magazine, and TimeOut New York. She has co-directed two acclaimed short-films of Puppetry, and operates the Brooklyn brick and mortar gallery space.