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Art Basel: Miami 2016

Mr Brainwash returned to Art Basel Miami once again, bringing 2016 to a close by giving the SLS Hotel’s facade a makeover just in time for the city’s biggest art event.

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Amsterdam is Beautiful


Amsterdam is Beautiful

November 10, 2016

This was the first gallery showing of Mr Brainwash’s work in the Netherlands, housed by Wanrooij Gallery.

The opening of the show was on November 10th, 2016 and the show ran until December.

Pulse Night Club, Orlando, FL


October 19 , 2016

In honor of the 49 victims of the mass shooting at Pulse Night Club in Orlando, Fl., Mr. Brainwash in collaboration with Nats Getty (founder of Strike Oil) and The Girls Lounge created and unveiled a mural dedicated to the victims at the location of the tragedy.

It was the first time that Pulse Night Club opened its doors to the public since the massacre earlier in June. The community was invited and encouraged to add final contributions to the mural, with a performance by DJ Kim And and Brendan Reilly during the ceremony.

Click on the following link to read more Orlando Weekly – Public invited to finish mural at pulse tonight

Pelé x Mr Brainwash Collaboration


Pelé x Mr Brainwash Collaboration

August 26, 2016

A new major collaboration took place in August when soccer superstar Pelé met Mr Brainwash in Rio de Janeiro during the Summer Olympic Games.

For their meeting, Mr Brainwash created limited edition artworks, depicting Pelé in the middle of one of his iconic bicycle kicks – in an explosion of color and motion.

Throughout an entire afternoon and over a soundtrack of Brazilian music selected by the former soccer player, the two painted large canvases together and added splatters of paint to the artworks previously created.

Pelé even took the time to sign and stamp his thumbprint on each piece.

This is the second Olympic Games for Mr Brainwash; in 2012, during the Summer Olympic Games in London, the artist made his UK debut by invading The Old Sorting Office, a colossal space, steps from the British Museum.

One of the most popular installation was the famous Olympic rings, dripping their colors, arranged with old spray cans.