Posts tagged murals
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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SHEPARD FAIREY, D*FACE AND FAILE TAKE OVER THE PLAZA HOTEL

Justkids takes over the three 21 story towers of the iconic Plaza Hotel & Casino as the playingfield for legendary American artists Shepard Fairey,  Faile and UK artist D*Face. Each spent a week staying and working at the Downtown hotel with their crews to bring the City of Las Vegas the 3 largest art murals ever painted in the city.

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FELIPE PANTONE LANDMARK BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS

Throughout two editions of Life Is Beautiful festival, Felipe Pantone's arquitecturial public art has become a landmark of downtown Las Vegas, completely transforming the communities relationship with the area, which had remained obscure and neglected for decades. 

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GREEN CANDY ART ACTION

GREEN CANDY is born as an awareness campaign that responds creatively to environmental issues with Art Actions aimed to create community conversations around waste and sustainability.  Justkids has conceptualized and curated in this first edition for the city of Fayetteville, inviting local and international artists to create engaging art projects by exploring, formally and thematically, themes around human's  relationship with the environment. 

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UNEXPECTED 2017

The Unexpected project brings urban and contemporary art to Arkansas through immersive public art experiences. July 2017 marks the third edition of the annual event that gives artists an opportunity to express themselves in an unlikely environment while building a beneficial cultural capital where it’s needed. Right in the heart of America.

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