San Francisco Bay Area renown artist Gary McGee aka Twist is best known for his portrayal of rendered portraits of Sad Sacks left by the modern world. Last year, Vanity Fair and Cadillac collaborated together to commission artists Shepard Fairey, Retna, and Kenny Scharf to create three murals for the West Hollywood Public Library in Los Angeles. The works were then captured by David LaChapelle in an eight-page custom portfolio for Vanity Fair.
The two brands then continued their duo with a concept entitled “Art in the Streets: New York” created by Barry McGee. The partnership was originally extended to include the Mark Morris Dance Group, and BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). The mural entitled “Untitled 2012″ is located on the exterior wall of the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Like last year, the work was captured by Jason Schmidt for the December issue of Vanity Fair.
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