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Based in New York City, it’s always a pleasure to create a piece that really says “NEW YORK.”  We had the opportunity to create a graffiti mural for the new Expedia office in the Empire State Building.  Using NYC elements/ideas provided by the client, we were able to create a custom piece with their creative direction.  We really loved the outcome of the final piece.  Check out the installation below:

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For project inquiries, please contact us at art@graffiti-artist.net or call 646-801-6024

We worked with Fuji Film on their booth for this year’s PhotoPlus Expo at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC.

The PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo is the largest photography and imaging show in North America, attended by over 21,000 professional photographers, photography enthusiasts, filmmakers, students and educators from around the world. PhotoPlus features over 100 educational seminars, Photo Walks and Master Classes, and over 225 exhibitors displaying thousands of the latest products and services for you to touch, try and compare.

We created some live graffiti artwork using acrylics and brush (spray paint was not allowed in the venue) over the course of three days.  The crowd got to test out all the awesome new camera equipment on our artist as he was painting live.  In addition, we painted a NYC photo backdrop for the Instax photo booth.

See some photos of the artwork below:

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Live mural art for Fuji Film

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For project inquiries, please contact us at art@graffiti-artist.net or call 646-801-6024

We completely covered a lobby with a custom graffiti/street art installation in Harlem, NY at a building called “The Art House.” This is a modern residential building undergoing a renovation that wanted to create some cutting edge artwork in their lobby. For this installation, we actually painted the entire ceiling in a Michelangelo/Sistine Chapel style! It was quite the interesting installation that we were able to achieve using a brand of paint called Plutonium Paint which sprays 360 degrees. The influence for this piece was a local iconic “Crack Is Wack” handball court piece by Keith Haring. Check out some photos of the installation below:

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NY Graffiti Company

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NY Graffiti Company

For project inquiries, please contact us at art@graffiti-artist.net or call 646-801-6024