So I woke up on Monday morning ready to work on my 2nd to last post from Art Basel when I received a call from Han Solo herself, Angelina Christina. I hadn't heard Angelina's voice since our farewells at the end of our 25 Day Long Art Basel adventure and I all too happy to welcome her back from her adventures in Cuba and Mexico. Needless to say the call was more than just one of pleasantries. We had a new job to do so this week I headed back to The Westside, more specifically Mar Vista for a series of collabs with DJ N3ff. At the end of five day project I headed the next day to Joshua Tree to shoot with Kung Fu Babe Annie Motel. Yesterday I slept, a lot and tomorrow I head to Lake Havasu for more amazing projects with Angelina but I promise we are wrapping up our Art Basel 2015 coverage over the next two days.
Today we focus on our last gallery with Angelina entitled "Mobile". At the height of our trip was the formal event known as Art Basel. During the weekend of Art Basel, Wynwood goes gaga and the streets fill with art lovers, party goers, and all sorts of types there to interact with the abundance of new street art covering the neighborhood. For us this meant more work. Angelina was tapped by Greg Mike's ABV Gallery to participate in a live paint in conjunction with Montana Cans and Heineken. This would be no ordinary live paint but rather a truck outfitted with a canvas, parked in the middle of Wynwood, and sporting an array of specially produced exclusive Montana "Heineken Green" cans. We had a great turn out and took some cool pictures along the way. I spent a lot of time experiencing the rest of Basel so it's somewhat shorter gallery but please enjoy!
Click the photo below to enjoy Angelina's Mobile experience