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As if LA's wasn't already filled with highly Instagrammable walls, Rag & Bone has just contributed to our city's street art beauty in a major way. As a follow up to its ongoing NYC mural project, the celebrated brand has brought the concept to its Venice shop with the help of Miami artist Alex Yanes.
Yanes launched his two-year residency at Rag & Bone Venice this past Friday, unveiling his Technicolor masterpiece titled "So Far So Good." The brand tells us that the 70 foot by 14 foot mixed media outdoor installation was "created out of weather-proof, die cut, hand painted wood panels. The panels are combined and mounted onto the existing exterior brick wall to create the artist's signature layered collage effect."
It's truly a sight to be seen. Check it out in the full below and pay the store a visit to experience the work of art IRL soon.