For NY’s Cosmetic Executive Women’s Convention and in partnership with Conair and Scunci, our artist created the ultimate female-forward photo booth backdrop including hair product and accessories straight out of a girl’s dream. Finishing touches of the artwork were finished live onsite to add an entertainment element and invoke conference attendees to come into the sponsored booth for photo opportunities, social sharing and additional brand information. The client was beyond pleased with the results!
Under new management and looking for a fresh look to their apartment complex, this client wanted to assimilate to the Highland Park neighborhood and bring in a well known local LA street artist to create custom artwork and attract new tenants. We were able to align the right artist for the job with their iconic and abstract style utilizing bright colors and unique shapes. Check out the colorful new exterior walls below!
Make Offices, a professional and affordable co-working space for entrepreneurs and small businesses alike, came to us for our flexibility and availability of artists across Chicago, DC and Philly. With plans for rapid growth spanning in those cities for the next year, we were able to introduce ourselves into the creative process from an early standpoint, working directly with Make Offices’ interior decorating and construction firms to ensure a smooth and cohesive concept and execution.
Pulling from DC’s history and the surrounding area of Glover Park, artwork was created to be an extensions of the surrounding landscapes, bringing elements from outside into the office and guiding visitors on a conceptual path throughout the space. Artwork replicated a map of the city, highlighting significant landscapes in three-dimensional drawing protruding off the map with a chalkboard-like style created with permanent oil bars.
Our friend Neil at Broad Street Braces challenged the Graffiti USA team to create a geometric themed street art mural. The design that we developed was a combination of carefully balanced shapes and color that incorporated the logo in an abstract and subtle way. Neil was thrilled with the results and excited to know that the artwork will breathe new life to the office and create a colorful, modern environment for the BSB staff and their smiling patients 🙂
We recently worked with Mr. Alan’s sneaker store on a their grand opening of their Chicago store. Our artist created a live piece inspired by his favorite Jordans. There was even a guest appearance by Twista. The sneaker chain plans to open up several sores in the near future in the midwest market! Check out some of the artwork and a video recap of the event below:
We had the chance to recently create some live graffiti canvases for Gilead Sciences, Inc. 30 Year Anniversary event at the JW Marriott LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles. During the event, three of our artists created freestyle canvases within a 3-4 hour time frame that was then gifted to the client after the event. It’s always a pleasure mixing art with science!
Gilead Sciences, Inc. is a research-based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative medicines in areas of unmet medical need. We strive to transform and simplify care for people with life-threatening illnesses around the world. Gilead’s portfolio of products and pipeline of investigational drugs includes treatments for HIV/AIDS, liver diseases, cancer, inflammatory and respiratory diseases, and cardiovascular conditions.
Had fun with this recent fabrication and mural project in Las Vegas, NV. Every year, Alphabroder and Prime Line hosts a big imprintable apparel industry party called the PrimeTime Party. This year (2017), the event was held in Las Vegas, NV at the Light Nightclub at Mandala Bay. We were tasked with spray painting a very clean logo on a custom 8’ ft x 10’ ft faux brick skinned wall that we fabricated. We added some uplighting to the set wall as well since it was in a dark environment. Party attendees were greeting with this wall for photo ops that happened throughout the night.
“Alphabroder supplies imprintable apparel and accessories to screenprinters, embroiderers, promotional products distributors, athletic dealers and other businesses.” (https://www.alphabroder.com)
Located minutes away from legendary Yankees Stadium, The Metropolitan Lighthouse School is home to our most recent series of murals. The diverse group of students and faculty worked closely with our team to design multiple murals throughout the school. Filled with messages of encouragement and scholastically fun graphics, we created an engaging story of NYC’s diversity and the schools mission to Empower Hearts and Mind!
We worked with an amazing group of creative and talented employees from Riot Games earlier this year on a graffiti street art workshop in Los Angeles, CA. For this workshop, rather than providing a predetermined design the client wanted to give total freedom to the participants to come up with their own concepts. We provided all the materials needed including canvases, water based spray paint, nozzles, protection and stencil making materials.
After our hosts demonstrated some tips and tricks with spray paint, the teams had about 15 minutes to come up with a plan and execute their design over the course of 2 hours. Everyone had a lot of fun on this one and we were very impressed by the results for a group consisting mostly of first time spray paint users!
We had the opportunity to partner with Bosch to create a series of spray painted murals for their new corporate offices in Sunnyvale, CA. On three of the floors, we were tasked to put our street art/graffiti spin on some of their classic posters. Spray paint was the perfect medium to get some of the smooth gradients in the original artwork. On the first floor of the space, we painted a large replica beveled logo which incorporated a signature box for their employees to sign. Lastly, we painted a large corridor with gradient color bands pulled from their branding/design guide. While it looked like very simple color blocks, this was a very challenging task that involved a lot of masking and subtle gradients that had to be done in one shot. We used a HVLP air sprayer with custom mixed paint to achieve this effect. Check out some photos from the overall installation below: