On Halloween this year, we worked with New Balance on an activation for the New York City Marathon. They were releasing the NYC Zante which was a new shoe for the marathon. New Balance filled a box truck in midtown with their new shoes and gave away sneakers to runners who were willing to donate the sneakers on their feet! While this was happening, we were creating custom artwork on the exterior of the truck. Check out some photos of the project below along with video of the event!
One of our artists Jurne recently worked with Nvidia on a custom graffiti mural in the cafe of their Silicon Valley office! The concept was a graffiti piece with the saying “Color Outside The Lines” with accents colors pulling from the brand. We also recently worked with Gensler (who designed the Nvidia Silicon Valley headquarters) on the new New York Mastercard Office! Check out some images of the Nvidia mural below:
Earlier this month, we worked with Paxos Restaurant Group and Jeffrey Beers International to create a custom portrait in spray paint for a new Mexican restaurant called “Torre” opening in Center Valley, PA! For this project, we created a portrait of a Mexican woman wearing “Day of the Dead” make up. She was also supposed to be the goddess of Agave which is why we painted her in a tone of blue. We followed the client’s direction on a bright/textured background and were very happy with the results. Hopefully, we’ll have some cleaner photos of the artwork to share once the restaurant is completely built out! In the mean time, check out some of the progress photos as well as a time lapse video of the artwork being created!
We recently painted a few custom graffiti/street art style canvases for Lancome Paris for a make up workshop that they were doing here in New York City. Check out some of the artwork below! These pieces were created off site, then delivered to the client.
We recently had the opportunity to work on an amazing custom mural project in Seattle for Seahawks owner Paul Allen’s investment company, Vulcan, Inc. Vulcan wanted a Seattle and Seahawks-themed mural to hang in their headquarters in downtown Seattle for the Seahawks season opener earlier this month. Vulcan wanted a pop art vintage postcard style featuring Seahawks and other Seattle imagery. Our artist did his own interpretation of the Seattle skyline featuring the Vulcan offices, EMP museum, the space needle with a 12th man flag, a sea plane, and other Seattle and Hawks-themed imagery. One of our favorite parts of the mural to paint was the huge transparent silhouette of the Seahawks logo floating in the sky at sunset. The mural was painted off site on an 18 x 7 foot cloth canvas and then hung in the Vulcan offices on game day for a huge party for around 300 Vulcan employees. The theme of the party was “Homecoming” and had a pep rally theme with tons of food and even a marching band. We were told that Hawks owner Paul Allen watched the game from a balcony near the mural! A big thank you everyone involved at Vulcan and congrats to Pete Carroll, Paul Allen and the Seahawks on their victory against the Packers! Check out some photos of the mural and the party below:
We recently worked on an amazing mural project in New Orleans with celebrity chefs John Besh and Aaron Sanchez! We painted a Mexican street art mural designed by Michelle Myles (a co-owner of Daredevil Tattoo in the LES.) The mural was painted in an upcoming restaurant called “Johnny Sanchez” that will be opening soon in downtown New Orleans. Thank you to everyone involved for all the southern hospitality and for all the amazing food! Check out some photos of the mural below:
Recently, we worked with Abington House on The High Line and Related on their summer Art Park Series that featured music, live art and food trucks every Wednesday all summer long! Check out some of the recap videos below along with a feature on NY1! You can check out the completed pieces in the display windows at the Abington House located on 29th St. and 10th Ave. in NYC!
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This time around, we painted quite a few walls in the office over a weekend. It’s surprising how much graffiti art can change an office and make it a more fun environment for employees to work in! After the installation, the atmosphere went from very corporate to a lot more “fun!” We are looking forward to adding more in the near future in a second phase of this project. Check out the photographs from the first phase of the project below:
The mural below was painted in a unique “Walk & Work” room with work spaces attached to treadmills!
We recently worked with Relevent, Samsung’s Milk Music, and Russell Simmon’s ADD52 to decorate a hip-hop room for their one night event in Brooklyn. You can watch the video below for a better explanation of the product that the event was for. For the mural, we reached out to some Klughaus Gallery artists to create a collage of classic NYC styles and tributes to classic NYC graffiti artists like DG NWC. The artists spent all night into the morning layering different elements of graffiti including tags, throw ups, and pieces! The end result looked amazing. Check out some photos of the install below:
The behind the scenes shots (before the lighting) below: