We partnered with Sofia Crokos Events to create a custom canvas for a wedding in East Hampton, NY for a private client. The bride & groom were big fans of graffiti & street art so we pieced together a lot of suggested imagery along with the wedding hashtag into this large 8×12 piece. It was also used as a backdrop to the DJ booth and an accent piece on the dance floor! Check out a photo of the completed piece below:
It was great to be invited back to Fabbrica USA to create some more custom murals for their Connecticut Warehouse Studio! This time we worked on a few different large scale signs all created fully in spray paint. Fabbrica USA“are masters in the craft of Building Facades with an enthusiasm for solving any challenge for our clients. With a depth of expertise in all aspects of project execution, FABBRICA is uniquely positioned to deliver a one-stop-shop for the most sophisticated building façades and special interior projects, from system engineering, through manufacturing, to installation in the field.”
Check out some of the new murals we painted below:
After a previous mural for the gym at Fundamental Advisors in New York City a few years ago, they connected us with their new project in Chicago for The Blackstone Hotel’s gym. For this project, they wanted a similar style to the New York gym we painted which consisted of layered street art and wheat pasted posters. This time, we referenced a lot of local Chicago teams & iconic Chicago athletes’ quotes.
“The Blackstone in downtown Chicago is a storied architectural icon rooted in the city’s legendary past, but newly updated to deliver a distinguished hospitality experience for today’s discerning traveler. Previously known as the Renaissance Blackstone, this recently revitalized destination is blooming as a point of cultural and creative discovery on the Cultural Mile.”
Check out some photos of the completed installation below:
Our latest outdoor mural was painted for an industrial welding supply store in New York City based in Queens. AWISCO reached out to us to create a piece for them that represented their company and employees. The direction ended up being a classic large letter postcard style mural with different imagery within the letters. In addition to an exterior wall painted on a lift, we also created a smaller piece for the interior of their shop.
“AWISCO has been New York’s leading welding and industrial supplier for 65 years. AWISCO has welding supply stores throughout New York, New Jersey and Stamford, Connecticut, and delivers industrial gas, specialty gas, and welding supplies to construction sites and machine shops. In addition, AWISCO is now offering our products through our online store.”
Check out some images of the completed installations below:
We collaborated with Vox Media to create a live graffiti mural at the Code Conference 2017 in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. For this piece, we created some artwork with their tag line of “Go Deeper” on a 8′ ft x 8′ ft freestanding canvas.
The annual invitation-only Code Conference brings together a global community of the biggest names in the business, executive leaders and startups with bright futures for networking and in-depth conversations about the current and future impact of digital technology. (https://events.recode.net/events/code-conference-2017/)
We worked with Precision For Value to create an New York City themed mural across an interesting an challenging space in their office across multiple window wells. In this mural, we played with the theme of the NYC subway system along with some iconic New York imagery such as the Freedom Tower, Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Check out some images of the completed mural below:
New York City Office Graffiti Mural
Employees at the PFV Agency Office Mural
Statue of Liberty Detail
NYC Subway Graffiti Mural
Graffiti Painted on Subways Painted in an Office in NYC
Graffiti USA creates interactive graffiti art that you are supposed to touch and play with! We are glad to once again partner with New Balance for the 2017 Brooklyn Half Marathon. For this year’s Pre-Party and badge pick up, we setup an interactive sound mural at Pier 2 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The “Welcome To Brooklyn” artwork provided a great photo op for the runners. Everyone one from kids to adults loved playing with the mural to create their own music. Touch points on the mural triggered different sound samples. See a past graffiti piece we did that shows how this process works.
Check out a video of this year’s event/mural below:
We created some free-styled live graffiti artwork for Char Broil events in San Francisco and New York City. Just in time for the grilling season this summer, we partnered with Char Broil and All Terrain on the activations at steakhouses where our artists painted pieces featuring the client’s products using water based spray paint. The client gave us a color palette to work with and then trusted us to do what we do best! The canvases were freestanding 4′ x 8′ ft panels that were painted very quickly in about 2 hours. Check out images of the artists in action and completed pieces from both cities below:
It’s always a fine art to create graffiti installations in residential living environments for clients. While we wanted to keep the edginess and energy of graffiti & street art, we also did’t want to oversaturate the space and make it too strong. With this particular installation, a private client gave us free reign to create a piece using a color palette that was more on the subtle side. Living in New York City, we are notoriously known for small spaces. For that reason, we wanted to create a design that was airy any dynamic. Our in-house Graffiti USA artist Casey Bolding was able to find the right balance a create an amazing free-styled piece that the client was very happy with. Check out some images of the completed installation below:
A mural spray painted onto exposed brick for the Silicon Valley Bank new office in New York City. While we have done tons of mural with cliche NYC skylines, the client was open to our creative vision of creating more iconic imagery from a native New Yorker’s point of view. We can only paint so many Statue of Liberty and Empire State Buildings before it gets repetitive! Everyone was very happy with the end results of this project.
The process of painting on exposed brick is not as simple as spray painting on it as it requires a base coat of latex paint as a primer so that the raw brick doesn’t soak up all the paint. This way, the final design looks very opaque and crispy. Our artist also used low odor water based spray paint since it was created indoors. We took some direction on text from the client incorporating their color scheme and tag line “Make Next Happen Now.” Check out the completed mural below.