Graffiti USA works with some of the top graffiti & street artists in the Houston, Texas market. We are consistently hired for mural installations, live artwork for events and graffiti workshops for corporate team building. Due to the flexibility and range of our artists’ styles, we are able to make our clients’ visions come to life. Check out some of the top notch mural work by our local Houston, Texas based artists below:
We partnered with Mamba again to create some live artwork for the Electric Forest Music Festival in Michigan. We placed 6 round canvases onto the wall prior to painting the mural. Once the mural was completed, we removed the 6 individual canvases for giveaways. The wall was repainted 3 times over the course of the festival. Check out photos of the completed pieces below:
We worked with Lokai recently on a social media activation for their Neon charity bracelet release. Our Graffiti USA artists painted a mural that was broadcasted live through Snapchat and other social media platforms throughout the day. If you would like to support the charity, please find more information on the Lokai website above. Check out the image of the final piece below created across two large canvases:
We worked on a last minute graffiti project for the Kargo holiday party in Chicago. The party was hosted at Gus’ World Famous Fried Chicken in Chicago, IL last month. For this project, rather than just customizing products one by one, we had the concept of creating an iPhone case wall/canvas made up of 150 phone cases. A live graffiti artist (Mime) would then create a large abstract piece over all the cases as entertainment. When the piece was completed, the company employees picked their preference of cases off the wall and got to go home with it! It was a fun and interactive event. Some iPhone photos of the event are below but we are waiting to get some higher res images to share from the client soon!
We recently teamed up with Nickelodeon x LG to create some custom Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pieces by a few of our artists to promote a TMNT TracPhone that was modeled after the shell phones that the turtles use themselves. We worked with four artists: Gorey, Mike P, Anthony Mast, and Elmo to create custom artwork that was given away to some lucky TMNT fans! It was an honor to work on a ninja turtles related project as it was THE cartoon we watched growing up and glad that it’s still around. Check out some of the pieces created below:
Two of our talented LA based graffiti artists created this 8×20 ft mural during this year’s #BeautyConLA event held at The Reef in downtown Los Angeles. BeautyCon is the world’s premiere fashion, beauty, wellbeing & lifestyle destination for fans, brands, and content creators. (http://beautycon.com/la) The mural was painted in collaboration with Shea Moisture at their booth who was bold enough to work with graffiti artists in creating this piece. The live graffiti artwork turned heads and it certainly got a lot of attention that day and we look forward to working with them again at the NY BlogHer event later this week! Check out some photos of the LA installation below:
The talented artist Todd Lown helped us paint some live artwork for a Redhook Brewery event in Seattle recently. For this piece, we did not use spray paint and went with the traditional method of brush/paint. Todd started some of the background portions before the event and finished this live during the event. Needless to say, he did an amazing job. Check out some photos of the work in progress below:
Graffiti USA’s specialty and preference is to create artwork directly onto surfaces to maintain the aesthetics of true graffiti and street art. However, we understand that this is not always a possibility for clients who want a piece of artwork to bring with them if they move or if property owners simply do not allow murals. All of the examples below are for interior installations only. We do not recommend canvases for long term exposure to the elements outdoors.
Graffiti USA creates custom spray painted murals on a walls with different textures to scale of your space and then use professionally shot photographs to print out & install large scale wallpaper. This way, we can maintain the aesthetic of spray paint that can’t be replicated digitally. A main benefit of this process is the flexibility to lay out text and logos on top of the final piece.
Please note that this process would involve a multiple step process & costs of painting an actual mural, photography, printing & installing. Please contact us for custom quotes if interested.
Actual Mural painted to scale:
Photographs of mural used for billboard and poster applications:
This past weekend, Bud Light’s “House of Whatever” in downtown Phoenix, AZ was one of the biggest Super Bowl XLIX events in town! We had the honor of contributing to Bud Light’s 70,000-square foot fenced off party area by designing 30 custom hand-painted umbrellas for the venue.
“For three days during Super Bowl week, the Bud Light House of Whatever will feature a fully immersive experience of unforgettable parties, amazing concerts and signature activities. Just like Whatever, USA, the Bud Light House of Whatever will reward consumers 21 and older who prove they are truly up for whatever happens next.” Anheuser Busch Newsroom
After original designs that reflect the Bud Light brand and color palate, three of our artists – Mike P (NYC), Todd Lown (Seattle), and Jonathan Wakuda – painted each umbrella by hand, using some combination of aerosol, stencils and one shot, depending on the particular design. The umbrellas were then hand-wrapped and carefully shipped to Phoenix, where they were constructed into a giant Bud Light “tree.” The final installation now provides a canopy over one of the bars inside the venue. Check out some of the photos below:
Some shots we found via Instagram:
The “House of Whatever” was packed every night and was been dubbed the party of all Super Bowl parties! As well as the umbrella tree activation, highlights of the multi-day party include a Pac-Man area, an interactive carousel horse that guests can paint, and live music from a range of bands and musicians, including DJ Steve Aoki and Nikki Minaj, who, on Friday night, treated football fans to a surprise performance!