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Heart Evangelista’s art collab with Brandon Boyd out soon

/ 05:46 PM April 02, 2022
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Heart Evangelista (Image: Instagram/@iamhearte)

Heart Evangelista has revealed that her collaborative art project with Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd, Moonlight Arts Collective, is set to be released soon.

The actress showed herself posing in front of two paintings while announcing the good news on her Instagram page yesterday, April 1.


“Your art reflects your heart’s deepest desires. Beyond excited to announce that @moonlightartscollective will soon be released!” she said.

Evangelista expressed excitement over the project’s upcoming release, then dedicated it to her fellow artists.


“@brandonboyd and I poured so much time and love into making this a reality and I can’t believe that it’s finally coming to life. To every artist out there, this is for you,” she told fans.

Evangelista first teased her art collaboration with Boyd in May 2021, calling it her “little art project” with him. She has since showed artworks featured on the project.

Moonlight Arts Collective was founded by Boyd. It features “hand-signed, limited edition art from cultural icons who draw, paint, photograph [and] ‘moonlight’ as visual artists.” The art collective also involves comedian Melissa Villaseñor and photographer Brian Bowen Smith, among others.  /ra



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