For those of you in London that haven't seen my paintings in person - please visit @galerie_itinerrance at the @monikerartfair today! It's the last day! I'm showing along side @obeyclothing & @bomk_dmv in booth
Beautiful mural by Tristan Eaton @tristaneaton in downtown West Palm Beach @westpalmbch on the Alexander Lofts. The mural pays homage to Alexander Graham Bell 🔔 The building has been home to the bell telephone company headquarters. The mural was named "The spirit of Communication."
@discoverwpb @downtownwpb @canvaswpb @gravityforgood @nicolehenryart Filmed / edited by @lafrancefilms Music by Skies Speak "Testament-Slumber" Fun Fact / Tristan spent 15 days and use 600 cans of spray paint to create the six-story mural.
Our pal @goshalevochkin is back from NYC and has a show tomorrow!
'Ask what you can do for your island.' Mural painted for JFK High School in Guam. Thank you
Gun sales are up! @nationalrifleassociation will soon help you plan your next mass shooting. They'll provide your artillery, ammo, press release, location and targets. Full package includes denial of terrorist affiliation and dismissal of gun restrictions by your local government officials. You'll be famous! They'll be rich! We'll all die happy and they can pry my sarcasm from my cold dead middle fingers.
Some background on LA's new logo via @72andsunny_ & @adage :
The heart of the campaign is the logo, which consists of a pencil-thin, connected L and A, stretched out to create a generous gap between the two. Within that space, the campaign frames personalities, artwork and other creations that help make up the local creative economy. "The logo is inspired by the truth that LA gives you space to create -- it's a wide-open canvas for creativity, providing the physical and emotional freedom to express yourself, experiment and make what's next," says 72andSunny L.A. Director of Strategy Kelly Schoeffel. "It creates a stage to elevate the people, places and things that define L.A., as well as an invitation to fill L.A. with your creativity." The logo is central to a new film highlighting L.A.'s creative culture. It frames musician Kendrick Lamar, who also sings the backing track, "Humble"; Chef Roy Choi, founder of the Kogi taco truck; tacos from "Trejos Tacos," the Mexican restaurant chain founded by action star badass Danny Trejo; architect Frank Gehry; jewelry designer Maya Brenner; artists Tristan Eaton and Shepard Fairey; conductor Gustavo Dudamel; and musician Anna Bulbrook, among others.