We are proud to announce we have finished our month long residency at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Special thanks to @denverpublicart Arts and Venues, @michaelchavez45 , Mary Valdez, and everyone at DPAC. This was an amazing experience and we are proud to share it with our community. Titled “Dancing Through Space and Time”.
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Above is the unveiling and captures of the process and the mural we painted for the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, Jamaica. We are very pleased and honored to be given the privilege to paint a mural encapsulating some of the most influential men to grace this earth in the place where Bob Marley recorded music and played soccer. The experience was surreal and this is truly one the most openly creative places I have ever painted and one of the most inspirational.
We have worked very hard with members of the Bob Marley family and management of the museum and Tuff Gong recording studios for the past few years and through our close work together we finally worked our way to paint one of the most prestigious walls in all of Jamaica.
We are grateful as artists to be able to continue conveying and spreading positive vibration of the rastafarian movement and reggae music. By design we painted this mural with the intention to educate people who come into the museum and get to know and recognize that the figures on this wall are the most important and influential people to further these movements. We want the mural to be able to tell the story for many generations to come.
The new mural was painted in conjunction and as dedication to Bob Marley and his 71st birthday, February 6th 2016. Happy Earthstrong Bob, may the legend, the music and the positive vibration live forever.
Special thanks to Cedella Marley, Marie Bruce, Bali Vaswani and all of the management of the Bob MarleyMuseum 56 Hope Rd. Kingston Jamaica, and thanks to all who have helped along this path.
Thank you to The Container Yard in Downtown L.A. for letting me drop a piece inside the walls!
This is the new mural installation that consumes the entire south facing side of the Nativ Hotel building in Denver, CO. The design is meant to give the building a sense of contemporary structure and a modern architectural feel. The lines represent positive energy with a sense to direct people to have an attraction with the building and establishment. The colors were chosen from the Colorado landscape and maintain an elegant way of representing the red soil, yellow sun and vibrant blue skies without being completely direct. In addition this type art creates an abstract painting and is meant to be be able to relate to trends from the past to future.