February 2015

Dourone Hollywood

Do Art Foundation

1017 Las Palmas, Los Angeles

Spanish artist Dourone's gigantic mural brightens up the wall of the “Hollywood Eastman Kodak building”.

DourOne are Spanish artists Fabio and Elodie, who currently reside in Paris France and are in Los Angeles to make connections and share their talents.  This has been their largest mural to date and fits so well with the genre of old films and production of cinema as the subject of this work suggests.  DourOne’s elegant style and sophisticated palette shines in Hollywood, and will be a landmark site for this community and public art in Hollywood.  
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Special thank to Sherwin
Williams.Special thanks to Jake Flutts at Blick on Beverly for his continued support and sponsorship of murals in Los Angeles - making it happen! And thank you to Justin Drizos of Hertz Entertainment for the support of the lift on the final days! Special thanks to Phil Sanchez for photography & video, but especially going to support the artists day in and day out while they created this project. You are a rockstar. It takes a community effort to make these projects happen, and that is part of the magic of the public art process.

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