Stellar Artwork In Smart Agencies
Jul 30, 2013
Ogilvy and Mather commissioned graffiti legend and (and legendary wise-cracker) Steve “ESPO” Powers to create Flights of Genius; a series that lined the stairwell of the agencies historic NY building. The story is told floor by floor using direct quotes by legendary founder David Ogilvy.
Whilst the BBH London office was in the midst of a major renovation, print producer Aine Donovan invited a number of illustrators to treat the white walls as a blank canvas. A total of 30 artists created compositions inspired by the word “change”. They included Crispin Finn, Dan Woodger, Evelin Kasikov, Neasden Control Centre, This Is Rude, Toby Triumph and many more.
Mother New York beautified their Chelsea roofdeck with this massive 50 foot by 8 foot mural by Jason Woodside.
Just a stones throw from LAX, 72 & Sunnys’ hangar like office space boasts work by Japanese art duo, Kami & Sasu, collectively known as HITOTZUKI.
Over at Wieden + Kennedy, the students at WK12 used up over 100,000 thumbtacks and 351 hours to create this mural that spells out Fail Harder, a message that underlines the importance of failure during the creative process.
Seen any stellar murals we might have missed? Send images to firstname.lastname@example.org and we”ll get ‘em up!
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