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Kenny Scharf is well known right back from 1980s where he shown his prominence as a New York artist. Kenny has not excluded himself from commercial collaborations and merchandising, and working as a public domain has expanded his reach as an artist. All over the years, he has has shown his multidisciplinary in clothing design, installations, sculpture, and video as well as painting—on walls and on canvas. Just a few weeks ago Scharf was invited over to Culver City to do a mural for Hiromi Paper. This mural goes over two walls and a corner, yet, Kenny has managed to make a seamless transition from one wall to the other – like there is no wall edges right where they meet.

Take a look below for more images and a video from Birdman Photos.

Modestas Moe Noreika

About Modestas Moe Noreika

Modestas is a street art enthusiast who has been active in the scene for a few years, during that time has participated on production in projects around the world and continues to manage StreetArtNews print store. He is currently freelancing in the street art scene and is based in the UK.