Jason Maloney and Evan "Stink" Rossell were busy this week painting the town red… and every other color imaginable. The back half of Wahoo's in Costa Mesa is now home to elephants, bats and other creatures. You can see the beaut for yourself (it's pretty hard to miss) on the corner of 19th & Placentia, or just by watching this video.
Also... big thanks to Wahoo's for offering up their walls as a canvas.
The brick wall at Corona del Mar's Hobie store just got its holiday makeover, courtesy of the Hurley art team. Even though the day of eating crap-tons of turkey has yet to arrive, it's never too early to get stoked on the holiday season. We hope this painting helps fuel the froth.
Art and fashion enthusiasts from all over Orange County showed up to see the 'Considered' display in Hurley )( Space. It features innovative, sustainable clothing design from up-and-coming Otis College students. The event not only shed light on some of the new steps being taken in the fashion world to decrease the industry's environmental impact, but also validated the process in a practical sense. For photos from the event click here.
Hurley has teamed up with Otis College and Nike to showcase an innovative concept centered on sustainability product design. Join us at the opening reception on October 20th from 6pm - 9pm. All are welcome for free food, free drink and good times. Click through for photos.
Check out this time lapse video documenting the making of the mural that Jason Maloney, Bigfoot and Bwana painted at the Wahoo's on Bristol and Baker in Costa Mesa. Video: YB
Footage from the INLE opening at Gallery 1988. Video: YB
Footage from Saturday's Suggestivism opening at Grand Central Art Station. The new exhibit features Hurley artists Ron English, Jason Maloney, Dalek and Nathan Ota. Video: YB
Video: Riley Blakeway