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!
Last month, we were commissioned by Bento Sushi to do a custom mural in their new midtown location at 685 3rd Ave. (between 43 & 44 St.) The client provided us w/ the artistic direction of this piece. Even though we focus primarily in aerosol artwork, we also enjoy painting indoor murals like this one using alternate mediums! This was a fun project and if you are in midtown, you should go check out the mural and enjoy some sushi! Below are some images of the artwork in progress and the completed work.
Last year, we worked with Google and R/GA on some custom graffiti artwork for their NY Big Tent 2012 Event. We were asked to decorate the bland walls of a freight elevator that everyone had to take to get to the rooftop where the event was taking place. We painted two series of stage flats with the word “NEW” and “YORK” across each that was hung directly across from each other in the elevator. We thank Google & the agency for inviting us to be a part of this important event. You can see a video further down below that includes clips of some of the speakers of the event.
“On September 19, 2012 Google hosted Big Tent NYC, a one-day event focusing on the Internet’s impact on creativity and culture. Big Tent brought together leaders in music, technology, arts and entertainment to discuss the challenges and opportunities of a new media world. The program was be followed by a rooftop reception and special unveiling by Cirque du Soleil.
The event was part of Google’s worldwide series addressing the Internet and society.”
We were approached by a very forward thinking Maternity wear label, Rosie Pope Maternity to create an original piece of graffiti art in their TriBeCa store known as “The RPM Lab.” You may be familiar with Rosie Pope from her Bravo TV show “Pregnant In Heels.” Working with the brand owners, we decided to keep the color palette white, black, silver and gold to mimic the accent colors already in the space. We are happy with the results and It was a pleasure working with everyone at Rosie Pope Maternity. If you are in the area, check out the store at 55 Warren St. in TriBeCa!
Here’s a little clip from Rosie Pope’s show on Bravo “Pregnant in Heels”…