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February 25, 2016

DJ Khaled, also known as the King of Snapchat, visited the studio to help Mr Brainwash launch his Snapchat.  The whole process was documented on Khaled’s own account on the social media outlet.

The two are longtime friends, first crossing paths when Mr Brainwash was introduced to the world of Hollywood and oftentimes partying together during Art Basel and other occasions.

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Collaboration with Kygo for “Cloud 9″ Album Cover

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Collaboration with Kygo for “Cloud 9″ Album Cover

January 5, 2016

Mr Brainwash teamed up with world-famous producer and composer Kygo, for his marketing campaign and album cover of his newest “Cloud nine”.

The artist designed the album art for Kygo’s new record, Cloud Nine, as well as the poster for his headlining show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Collaboration with Kygo for “Cloud 9″ Album Cover

Coca-Cola Christmas Times Square Billboard

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Coca-Cola Christmas Times Square Billboard

December 5, 2015

During the holiday season in 2015, Mr Brainwash’s artwork was on display in Manhattan, Times Square.

In a collaboration with Coca Cola, Mr Brainwash made a video featuring their slogan, “Make Someone Happy.”

The video played in Coca-Cola’s iconic billboard space, in Times Square, through the new year.

Hublot Collaboration

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Hublot Collaboration

December 4, 2015

Hubolt and Mr Brainwash collaborated to design an exquisite timepiece.

The artist visited the Hubolt headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, to assemble some of the components of the watch himself.

The collaborative project began the year before and was set to launch at the upcoming Art Basel in Miami Beach.

Art Basel Miami

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Art Basel – Miami

December 1, 2015

Mr Brainwash returned to Miami Beach for Art Basel, attending Haute Living’s annual Basel party to celebrate his collaboration with the luxury Swiss watch brand and friend Eva Longoria.

Hubolt had invited Mr Brainwash to guest-curate the visual merchandising of its Miami boutique, located in the Miami Design District.

Mr Brainwash presented artwork to Eva Longoria to benefit the Eva Longoria Foundation, an organization founded by the actress to benefit Latinas nationwide through education and entrepreneurship.

Among the artwork presented to Eva Longoria for her foundation, the artist also turned a Hubolt timepiece into art with his signature paint splatters in bright, bold colors.

Art Basel – Miami

Features in 8th Episode of Arte Creative Series

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Features in 8th Episode of Arte Creative Series

October 1, 2015

Arte TV, the most influential French/German cultural network approached Mr Brainwash in order to create a web series about his ascending career.

The timing was perfect since they were able to follow the artist while preparing for his second New York solo show, “Life Is Beautiful”.

The final result was titled “New York Brainwashed” and was split in eight episodes, which capture the talent and the exuberant personality of the artist.

Watch the web series here

Mr Brainwash Collaborates With Coca-Cola For Times Square

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Mr Brainwash Collaborates With Coca-Cola For Times Square

August 1, 2015

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Times Square and Coca-Cola in New York, the soft drink company invited Mr Brainwash to collaborate on a new billboard to display in New York’s famous crossroads.

Coca-Cola has had a continuous, long-standing billboard in Times Square for more than 80 years and was among the first electric outdoor advertisements in history.

Guests on Good Day New York

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Guests on Good Day New York

July 20, 2015

Mr Brainwash was invited to be a guest on Good Day New York to talk about his latest pop up show “Life is Beautiful” and engaged in an impromptu live painting performance.

The show had thousands of visitors a day, tourists and locals alike, who were delighted to discover the unannounced art show hidden under New York City’s famous High Line.

The 9,000 square foot space was packed with sculptures, screen prints, and installations, all which showcase his signature take on pop culture’s most recognizable icons and images and signified his glorious return to The Big Apple.

The video of the segment is available here