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Pixel Pancho Completes Large Scale Mural in Texas

October 7, 2019
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World-renowned artist, PixelPancho has completed a large scale mural in Deep Ellum, covering more than 18,000 square feet of two 190-foot buildings.

The piece, “Garden Boy” is an ode to the natural being, a message of self-sufficiency and a call to get involved with nature. PixelPancho and his team of four assistants used a suspended scaffold or “swing stage” that measured 40 feet in length for exterior access to the açade of the building.

The talented team began painting this challenging mural more two weeks ago using acrylic, latex and spray paint. Goldman Global Arts (GGA), the curators of the Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida, are pleased to be a part of this project sponsored by Deep Ellum property owner Westdale.

photo credit: Chop Em Down Films

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