Photos from a project celebrating the opening of a flagship Sandro shop in Brooklyn. Two commissioned pieces were created onsite in a location adjacent to the shop.
Work in progress, Untitled 2013, acrylic on canvas, 11′ x 22’
Untitled 2013, acrylic on plasterboard, 11′ x 22.5’ x 4″ ; a sculpture, this piece leans against the wall.
All photos: Alessandro Simonetti
In 2011 we created the Tom Sachs Special Edition Marker Set with New York based artist, Tom Sachs. Shortly after, Tom surprised us with this amazing piece, “Vanity“ which featured our full product line at the time. The piece was made in an edition of 2. Each was made with a custom drilled “Dock” to hold the markers, and feature Tom’s trademark “Police Line Do Not Cross” wood stock.
Vanity, 2011, mixed media, 57″ x 21.5″ x 29.5″ photo courtesy of Tom Sachs
About Kevin Lyons:
Kevin Lyons is a creative director, designer, illustrator and typographer who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Most recently, Lyons was a Partner and the Design Director at the juggernaut, anti-ad-agency-turned-ad-agency, ANOMALY in New York City. In his previous lives Lyons has been a Creative at Nike, Design Director at Stussy, Art Director at Girl Skateboards, and Creative Director for Tokion Magazine. He often shows internationally and is published world-wide. His steady stream of clients include, Colette, Nike, Converse, Google, and many more. He is the founder and sole creative behind the veteran label, Natural Born.
Just in time for the holidays our logo tees are now available on krink.com. All tees are 100% fine jersey cotton. Available in sizes youth large and men’s medium and large. Made in the USA, printed in NYC! Caroline is wearing a youth large.
Craig Costello was invited to South Korea to participate in the Sea Art Festival as part of the Busan Biennale. He created two site-specific sculptures made from steel shipping containers.
Untitled (Song-Do beach), 2013, acrylic on steel shipping containers, 2.4 × 12 × 9.6m
Untitled (Song-Do beach), 2013, acrylic on steel shipping containers, 2.4 × 18 × 4.8m