One Song…


As a tribute to songwriters everywhere, EMI Music Publishing and branding agency Love & War developed a work of original art to appear as a poster in Billboard magazine, and as a large scale mural on Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The illustrations were created by designers Minh Anh Vo & Victor Schuft.

The mural went up late last year, so I’m wondering if it’s still up.  Sounds like a bike ride to the vicinity is in order.

For a time lapsed video on how the mural was created click here.

Update: Minh Anh and Victor Schuft are now working together under the name Papercut. Also, the mural was painted for a period of 1 month and has since been replaced.

There should be a law against covering up art like that. It’s simply sinful. At least it lives on in pictures!

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  1. t
    Posted March 27, 2012 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

    I have to see this in person. Off to BK.

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