Agency Magma, who I worked with earlier this year on the Alo Tones project invited me to take over a wall at their holiday shindig. It was an excellent excuse to make something really big so I decided to do a test run of something I've been wanting to do for a while. I made a triptych that roughly connects but uses a different color language for each panel. Per usual, it was created at warp speed in the wee hours after other work. Also per usual, it turned out nothing like I expected. Original drawing: pencil, watercolor. It was also extra awesome to actually sell them in less than 12 hours, as they were quite an ordeal to make and get printed.
Final piece: pencil, watercolor, digital color.
Giclée on archival paper stock, printed in New York City.
Edition of only 1, SOLD.
Because Agency Magma's new loft space in Chinatown didn't have a ton of wall space, we got creative and mounted over the window. While I wished that they could have been on an all white background, the windows do actually give an idea of scale. They also were right by the entrance, so that felt pretty rad. Sorry for the crappy phone pics, but it's all we got. And special thanks to Rog. <3