Posts tagged commission
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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TENNIS ART COURTS X US OPEN & CHASE

Justkids has teamed up with Ink and movement, & the US OPEN  to reimagine the look of public tennis courts in 5 cities across the United States. With this inspiring project  50 years of USTA are celebrated by uniting  5 cities, 5 artists & 5 National Junior Tennis & Learning organizations to artistically restore the public courts that have built US Open champions and will now change the lives of young players. 

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Wynn Las Vegas x OKUDA

After its original commission and display at Life is Beautiful Festival ,  Justkids is pleased to have aided in the acquirement, logistics, transportation, art handling and installation of "Smiling King Bear"; a pop-surreal sculpture by famed Spanish contemporary artist Okuda San Miguel. The permanent installment of this piece at Wynn Las Vegas adds a new level of modern vigor to its world-class art collection. 

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8TH STREET MARKET x ALEXIS DIAZ, CYRCLE & BICICLETA SEM FREIO

Ropeswing Hospitality reached out to us for the commission of 3 indoor and outdoor murals by internationally renowned artists Bicicleta Sem Freio, Alexis Díaz and Cyrcle to inaugurate their newest development concept: 8th Street Market. The 80,000 square foot development  has completely transformed the former Tyson plant at 801 SE Eighth St,  featuring  restaurants, a brewery and even a culinary school.   Our art production ran parallel to Bite Festival, and served as an official debut of the urban attraction  to North West Arkansas. 

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