Community collaborative mural at Freshkills Park, Staten Island, NY
When I see a small seed flying on the wind with its leafy wing, or fluffy parachute, I enjoy imagining it to be a tiny but brave individual travelling far from his home. I find wind dispersal of seeds to be a beautiful strategy that trees take; it is designed for seeds to not compete with each other but to co-exist, by taking a long journey and going with the flow. This is the motif of “Wind Travelers”, a wind-themed mural that visualizes joy and prosperity of our life.
This mural is a collaborative art project. On the Discovery Day, participants “flew a kite” - painted kites to complete the mural design.
Murals on E180th x Devoe St, Bronx, New York
Commissioned by NYC Department of Transportation. I produced the stencil and painted two barriers with the help of volunteers. Painting day photos on NYC DOT Flickr
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Trees/Birds Mural designs commissioned by RPGA Studio. I produced the stencil and participated the process from cleaning and scraping the wall to paint as a project team of RPGA.
Paper Cutout Installation
at Powerhouse Boiler Room Windows, Brooklyn, New York.