Whether through donation, representation or celebration, The Goods prides itself on doing good and getting involved with what matters to the communities we serve. Our flagship store, located in the heart of Davis Square in Somerville, finds itself in a cultural center known across the greater Boston area as a hub for creativity and the arts. As such, The Goods will be engaging with members of the artistic community outwardly and in-store; highlighted below are artists whose work will be featured this fall:
Meagan O’Brien is a designer, illustrator, and muralist who has based her career on making art that builds community. Her work consists of bold graphics and bright colors. You may have seen her large scale murals like the Condon Shell along the Mystic River or Lombardi Underpass Mural in East Somerville. See more of her work at meaganobrien.com or follow her on ig: @meaganobrien
Lourdes Mancini is a Somerville raised artist, multimedia creative that specializes in eye-catching designs and illustrations. She works with the likes of Photoshop, and Pro-create amongst other mediums to cultivate her unique pieces. See more of her work at lourdes mancini.artstation.com.
Dana Woulfe is a visual artist living and working in Boston, MA. He is known for his vivid, abstract paintings and large scale mural work. A New England native, he grew up in Rhode Island and learned to appreciate the arts at a young age through the influence of his grandmother, an illustrator and painter. Woulfe currently works out of his South Boston shop, Studio Fresh where he continues to develop his visual language and build towards what’s next. See more of his work at danawoulfe.com or follow him on ig: @danawoulfe.
Michael D. Spencer, is a freelance photographer based in Providence, RI, specializing in portraiture, music and album art, editorial assignments, and fine art abstracts. He curates exhibitions and hosts fundraisers aimed at leveraging the strength of the local creative community for the greater good.