Today I did my smallest job ever: faux marble painting a repaired patch on credenza top to match the existing finish. The scope of work may have been modest, but the view from the window was GRAND! The 41st floor on Fifth Avenue and 57th Street shows the Plaza Hotel, Central Park and in theContinue reading “Small Job – Big View”
VEVO, the world’s leading video and music platform, celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a special live event in New York City this month. Five sets, representing their popular videos, were recreated; videos were projected on these at the party. YVStudio was hired by The 4×8 Workshop and Lauren Nikrooz to paint two of the sets:Continue reading “Vevo’s 10-Year Anniversary Party”
YVStudio was hired by Marc Barold of Strangeways to paint the centerpiece for the legendary Full Moon Fest. In its 8th year, Full Moon is one of New York’s largest independent festivals, celebrating music, art, leisure, and NYC’s “restless spirit.” It is inspired by the epic Full Moon Party that goes down in Thailand every year.Continue reading “Full Moon Fest”
For more than 100 years, The New York Public Library has collected thousands of religious books and manuscripts in order to preserve and make accessible the rich history of world religions, including the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Drawn from divisions across the Library’s research collections, the objects on display represent centuries ofContinue reading “Shared Sacred Sites at the NYPL”
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The Pierre Hotel in New York, one of the world’s premier luxury destinations, is about to open a new restaurant this week, Perrine. Its previous decor designed by Adam D. Tihany is mainly left intact. I worked for Pompeii Studios on its lime-stone inspired walls. Alise Loebelsohn and I repainted some sections and created newContinue reading “The Pierre Hotel’s Restaurant”
Steeped in centuries of legend and surrounded by dramatic Scottish Highland scenery, the village of Aberlour lies where the Lour burn joins the River Spey. The exceptionally pure, soft spring water used for making Aberlour whisky is drawn from nearby natural springs. For their October event in Manhattan I was asked to paint two structures toContinue reading “Aberlour”