Jorge Pardo and Tristan Easton Murals

TRISTAN EATON MURAL, Alexander Lofts, 2014
TRISTAN EATON MURAL, Alexander Lofts, 2014

Two prominent Los Angeles based artists, both in the NYC Museum of Modern Art collection, have designed very large murals in downtown West Palm Beach.

In 2014, RAM Reality commissioned Tristan Easton to interpret the history of Bell Telephone in a 7,000 SF mural on the Alexander Lofts.  The former Southern Bell Telephone building at 326 Fern Street is being converted to studio lofts.  Casey Cummings, CEO of RAM, has served on the boards of the New World Symphony and Martin County Public Art Advisory Board.

TRISTAN EATON MURAL, Alexander Lofts, 2014
TRISTAN EATON MURAL, Alexander Lofts, 2014

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In 2006, Wasserman Real Estate Capital commissioned Jorge Pardo to design a 40,000 mural covering all sides of a warehouse located two blocks south of Okeechobee Blvd between Clare and Parker.  Wasserman commissioned the mural to bring attention to its sales office for 550Q Condo that was never built due to the crash.

Jorge Pardo Mural, 1016 Clare Ave, 2006
Jorge Pardo Mural, 1016 Clare Ave, 2006
Jorge Pardo Mural, 1016 Clare Ave, 2006
Jorge Pardo Mural, 1016 Clare Ave, 2006

The mural was painted by SOL Scenic Studios of Orlando.

Walking between 1016 Clare Ave and 326 Fern
Walking between 1016 Clare Ave and 326 Fern

See the idea for a 1000 foot mural on the Railroad Street Parking Garage.

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