Mural Monday: The Tortoise & Harriet

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: The Tortoise & Harriet

Mural Monday: Dulk in Denver We are back with another Mural Monday. The Spanish street artist, Dulk, recently created a mural in Denver, Colorado for the street art festival, The Crush. The brightly colored, highly illustrative piece has a contemporary take on the classic story “The Tortoise and the Hare.” One of Aesop’s Fables, the […]

Mural Monday: Public Art by GLeo

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Public Art by GLeo

GLeo recently created a new mural in Asunción, Paraguay for the LatidoAmericano Street Art Festival. GLeo painted one of her signature pieces, which is titled “Metamorphosis” and features the portrait of a woman in a floral and animal-inspired headdress. The brightly colored figure is situated on a bold, red background that appears to blend into […]

Mural Monday: Bordalo II in Estonia

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Bordalo II in Estonia

Mural Monday It’s the beginning of a new week, meaning we are back again with a Mural Monday post. Bordalo II recently completed a three-dimensional mural in Tallin, Estonia that depicts a large squirrel enjoying a little snack.

Mural Monday: Elian in Kiev

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Elian in Kiev

Mural Monday in Kiev Argentinian artist, Elian Chali, recently painted a mural on a secondary school in Kiev. Titled Slight Presence in Transparency, Elian created the work of public art as a part of the Mural Social Club Festival. Known for his abstract murals composed of large swaths of bright, solid colors, Slight Presence in […]

Mural Monday: Olympics Art Install by JR

Posted by on Aug 8, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Olympics Art Install by JR

Olympics Art in Rio de Janeiro It’s the start of a new week, so let’s kick it off with a rather timely work of public art. In honor of the Olympic Games opening last week, artist JR completed two giant installations in Rio de Janeiro. Although these pieces are not exactly murals, they function in […]

Mural Monday: Pixel Pancho in Berlin

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Pixel Pancho in Berlin

Pixel Pancho recently created a mural in Berlin for One Wall, a project organized by Urban Nation. Intertwined with flowers and vegetation, the diptych mural depicts two of Pixel Pancho’s signature robotic characters. Pixel Pancho’s large-scale work spans two buildings, with each building containing a single portrait. The two portraits and compositions are revered from […]

Corporate Art and The Community

Corporate Art and The Community

Community Art in a Corporate Setting Public art is a unique genre of art as it is a gift to the community, allowing for visitor interaction and enjoyment. While it is not common to find public art in a corporate setting, one of our clients, Wells Fargo, recently did just that. The openings days of […]

Mural Monday: David de la Mano in Bodø, Norway

Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: David de la Mano in Bodø, Norway

Mural Monday For this week’s Mural Monday, we are looking to Bodø, Norway where David de la Mano created a mural for the UpNorth Festival. Titled Malstrøm, the mural covers the facade two separate walls of a public building in the city center, creating a single image. Composed of human and root shapes, David incorporates […]

Mural Monday: Mademoiselle Maurice’s “Lunar Cycles”

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Mademoiselle Maurice’s “Lunar Cycles”

Largest Mural in Paris Mademoiselle Maurice recently completed the largest mural to appear in the streets of Paris, titled Lunar Cycles. Measuring 2,00 square meters, Mademoiselle Maurice’s newest, and incredibly impressive, project is located in the 13th arrondissement of the French capital. Incorporating a meditative, multi-colored design, as well as the origami birds for which […]

Mural Monday: Empower Equality by gilf!

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Mural Art, Public Art
Mural Monday: Empower Equality by gilf!

Pride Mural gilf! recently created a mural in the West Village of New York City to celebrate love, acceptance, and equality. Serving as a tribute piece to the aftermath of Orlando, the mural displays a large, central fist painted in rainbow colors. Below, the artist wrote the names of the victims in the Orlando shooting. […]