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The Wall Murals On Tiffany's Temporary Façade Of Their New Soho Store By 4 Contemporary Artists.




Tiffany & Co. invited four contemporary artists to transform the temporary façade of their upcoming Soho store in New York with one-of-a-kind murals inspired by true love.


above: Tiffany's temporary storefront served as a black wooden canvas for four artists.

The fourth and final wall mural was just finished yesterday. Here's a look at the four murals in progress and the finished works.

1. DANIELLE DIMSTON FOR TIFFANY SOHO

The first participant in the artist series was visual artist Danielle Dimston. Her mural, which took two and a half days to complete, was inspired by NYC's Soho neighborhood.

Artist Danielle Dimston at work on her Tiffany Soho mural:


Her mural is said to be loaded with secrets and symbols:

Dimston stands in front of her almost completed mural:

The final mural:


2. ELLIS GALLAGHER FOR TIFFANY SOHO

The second participant in the series was world-renowned street artist and native New Yorker, Ellis Gallagher , whose work can be seen around the city.


Artist Ellis Gallagher A.K.A. (C) ELLIS G. adorns the storefront of Tiffany’s upcoming Soho location with his iconic "drip-drop" characters.

Ellis signs his finished mural:

The final mural:

A video of his process:

The mural by Ellis Gallagher A.K.A. (C) ELLIS G. remained on the upcoming Tiffany Soho storefront through the first week of August.

3. DANNY ROBERTS FOR TIFFANY SOHO


The third participant in the artist series was California based illustrator/painter and Creative Director of Igor +André, Danny Roberts. His mural depicted romantic scenes in a style for which he has become known:

Danny hard at work on his mural:

Danny stands back to look at his work:

The final mural:

Watch the creation of a hand-painted mural by Danny Roberts, which took 133 hours to complete:



4. NATASHA LAW FOR TIFFANY SOHO

The fourth and final mural was created by English painter and graphic designer Natasha Law (who also happens to be the sister of actor Jude Law). She is known for her scantily clad females rendered in a flat graphic silhouette-like style with colored backgrounds.


Natasha begins putting her first brushstrokes on the mural:


Natasha adds the bright yellow with a roller that will serve as the beacon of light from her subject's flashlight:

The final mural:

images and information courtesy of Tiffany & Co. and the individual artists.




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