I’ve been out to Art Basel for the past four years, but this was the first time I painted down there. As part of Toyota’s “Up the Antics” party, I painted a recycling bin alongside Dabs Myla, Surge, Daryll Pierce and Peat Wollaeger. The bins were for Global Inheritance’s TRASHed campaign.
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Despite having to roller paint my stencils (which absolute destroyed them when they dried) the piece turned out great. I feared I might get some bleed on the edges, but they stayed clean by using just a touch of spray mount. It was a blast hanging with friends and jamming to some really loud music while throwing some paint around in the name of environmental awareness.
The text that wraps around the bin is a lyric from “Exhausted Love,” by Eyedea & Abilities.
It says “Even Though I Hate To Love You So Much, I’ve Got No Better Place To Go That’s Why I Always Show Up.”
Huge thanks to Hathaway and Shaun who modeled for this piece.