"Keep Your Eyes on the Road" Reimagined Vintage Kimono - Kimono Zulu Artist Collaboration with Mr.D 1987
VENDOR: Kimono Zulu
"Keep Your Eyes on the Road" Reimagined Vintage Kimono - Kimono Zulu Artist Collaboration with Sebastien "Mr.D 1987" Boileau
VOILA! From street art to wearable art!
"This kimono is a mixed-media works, created with a printed version incorporating the image from a massive mural I recently painted in Downtown Houston for the Street Art for Mankind's initiative inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development goals to make our roads safer. The towering mural serves as a public safety reminder for drivers to keep their eyes on the road.” -- Sebastien "Mr.D 1987" Boileau
About Sebastien "Mr. D1987" Boileau:
Mr. D was influenced by the American Pop Art and Graffiti movement of the 60s, 70s, and 80s and began his artistic endeavors in Paris in 1987 at the age of 14. He migrated to the United States in 1998, where he developed his signature style that he calls “Canpressionism“ a neo-impressionist style primarily done with spray paint and street art techniques. In the early-90s Mr D began to travel the world painting in remote countries like Sierra Leone, Tunisia, Senegal, and many Western destinations. Mr. D’s style can be seen in many cities around the United States, including in Miami at Art Basel and across Europe.
Learn more about Mr. D at www.mrd1987.com.
Aerosol spray paint + ink + acrylic paint.
One-of-a-kind, lined silk.