Portuguese activist and ecologic artist Artur Bordalo, known around the world as Bordalo II, has delivered his most ambitious trash animal installation to date: Wild Wild Waste. Powered by Zappos.com, the installation debuted a 10,000 square feet world of trash on display during Life Is Beautiful Festival’s in Downtown Las Vegas, curated and produced by Justkids.Read More
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.Read More
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.
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.Read More
Legendary New York artist Doze Green introduced his metaphysical reinterpretation of life with “The Divine Sparks Project” openign July 22nd, 2017 and kicking off theweek long art programming for UNEXPECTED in Downtown Fort Smith.Read More
Lithotroph is the most ambitious public sculpture installation yet by Pennsylvania based contemporary artist Crystal Wagner.
Her colossal piece is wrapped around the remaining facade of the historical landmark Reynolds Davis building, bringing a jolt of wonder to the Old West urban landscape of Downtown Fort Smith. Interested in the dialog between architecture and natural forms, Wagner's Lithotroph is an pseudo-organism born of the modern world with the biological utility of an organic growth.Read More
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.Read More