2014

Bicicleta Sem Frieo

Do Art Foundation

420 Boyd. Street  Los Angeles 

Brazilian collective, Bicicleta Sem Freio, formed in 2005 by graphic designers Douglas Castro, Victor Rocha, and Renato Reno, are internationally famed for their large-scale public artworks

Bicicleta Sem Freio created this colossal public mural, across all four floors of Legendary investors Group No 1, LLC’s 420 Boyd Street Building.

420 Boyd St. Mural
Acclaimed Brazilian design & illustration collective, Bicicleta Sem Freio, formed in Goiânia, Brazil, in 2005 by graphic designers Douglas Castro, Victor Rocha, and Renato Reno, are internationally famed for their large-scale public artworks, typified by highly-expressive line work, & expansive colour palettes.Juxtaposing surreal, often-provocative temptresses, with tentacled marine life, phantoms, kaleidoscopic flesh work, classic rock n’ roll iconography, chopped motorcycles, &, more flesh, Bicicleta Sem Freio created this colossal public mural, across all four floors of Legendary investors Group No 1, LLC’s 420 Boyd Street Building.
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Special thanks to Jake Flutts at Blick on Beverly for their ongoing support of murals in Los Angeles. Also thanks to Surjit and Dilip of Legendary Developments for their vision and their support of art in Los Angeles. This visionary spirit to transform neighborhoods and beautify blocks is helping to make culture and art accessible to ALL people in the public realm. Special thanks to the team, Alexis Gold who worked with Do Art Foundation to make this project happen. And thank you to Evan Mendleson who worked alongside the artists to transform this painting into a reality.
Photos and video by Koury Angeleo

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