Posts tagged Place-Making
CAMILLE WALALA TRANSFORMS VINTAGE SERVICE STATION IN FORT SMITH

Justkids invited Camille Walala to The Unexpected for the first time; taking over all dimensions of a 1950’s neglected service station at the main intersection of Grand Avenue and 11th street.

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Monumental Frank Stella mural brings legendary artist to the Boston Seaport

Global creative house Juskids collaborated with the Seaport, Boston neighborhood to deliver them a new contemporary public art installation: a large-scale mural by artist Frank Stella, widely renowned as one of the most important American living art makers and a native of Massachusetts. 

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ALEXANDRE BAVARD DEBUTS PERFORMANCE PROJECT BULKY IN THE USA

Justkids invited french visual and performance artist Alexandre Bavard to present his immersive visual and performance work: Bulky, a system of movement and notation generated by the energy of the graffiti tag. Downtown Fort Smith is the first american city to present the french multidisciplinary artist’s performance project, adapted to the context of the North West Arkansas region. 

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DAKU'S TIME ACTIVATED MURAL IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS

Global creative house Justkids recently collaborated India’s most prominent anonymous street artist DAKU to create a site specific mural installation located on Fremont Street, in what is locally known and the writers corner. The time sensitive public art piece remains as an homage to the community bookstore the building formerly housed.

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NEW MANTRA MURAL RISES OVER DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS'S HISTORIC FREMONT AVENUE

Towering over the historical Fremont street, placed in the northeast façade of the F9 residential building,  a new Mural by Youri Cansell, known internationally as Mantra, greets the downtown landscape and diverse commuters. The artist’s inspirational compositions and technical mastery have now become a sensation worldwide, making Vegas one of the lucky tenants of Mantra’s incredible public artwork collection.

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AIR, SEA LAND - OKUDA MAKES LANDFALL IN THE BOSTON SEAPORT

Air, Sea and Land is the largest public art undertaking by world-renowned Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel. Commissioned by WS Development in partnership with global creative house and curator Justkids, this vibrant kaleidoscope of seven large-scale sculptures was, designed specifically for display within Seaport’s sweeping cityscape. The work’s eight- to 12-foot sculptures are placed at deliberate intervals on the Seaport Boulevard landscaped medians, creating a public art corridor stretching from Sleeper Street to East Service Road.

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