Jay LaCouture





Jay LaCouture is a Boston based multimedia artist. He is constantly inspired by his environment and his work is a reflection of the people, places and objects he interacts with on a daily basis. Jay has a tendency towards balance. Being a classically trained programmer, his work is an escape towards the single-pointedness of his youth, when things weren’t so technical, and when things weren’t moving so quickly. In 2004, with the help of some friends at Northeastern, Jay started AntiDesigns out of his apartment in Fenway. Not being able to afford the price of having his designs created by a local printer, Jay started experimenting with screen printing and the rest is history. Today he has a studio in Boston’s art hub the Distillery and runs a modest screen printing operation.


2012 friends with benefits distillery gallery boston
2011 design nearby pinkcomma gallery boston
  intl taco day the catina la mexicana somerville
  pbr art f*ck 2 north star boston
  holiday market fourth wall gallery boston
  collectives show lincoln arts project waltham
  human powered works fourth wall gallery boston
  dpi show distillery gallery boston
2010 pbr art f*ck savant project jamaica plain
  carryout show meme gallery cambridge
  draw drawings everyday washington st art center somerville
  hey i know that dude washington st art center somerville