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Huge New Mural in Jersey City

A few months ago, I painted The Seven Deadly Sins in Montreal; this is the lesser known opposite set of characteristics, originally written about by Aristotle and Plato. This is, by far, the largest mural I’ve ever painted (I’m in there for scale!). This is my first mural in Jersey City, and I’m happy to be on the same building that Shepard Fairey, COST and Nychos painted recently (there’s even still KAWS tags on it from when he was in high school). You can see the mural from the highway near the Holland Tunnel. It took 18 gallons of house paint just to prime it pink, and about 200 cans of spray paint to complete. Thanks to Mana Urban Arts Project for the space and equipment, thanks to my diligent assistants Phoebe Piku and Michael Rozen, and thanks to Joachim Horvitz and Dana Dynamite for helping it all come together.

Drone photos courtesy of Street Art Drone.


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