“OPTICHROMIE for Jersey City” by Felipe Pantone in New Jersey
April 30, 2024
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Felipe Pantone recently unveiled his latest masterpiece, “OPTICHROMIE for Jersey City“, marking his return to the global street art scene in the US after nearly a year since his last mural in Ohio. Spanning an impressive 25 floors, this mural is Pantone’s largest to date. It showcases a mesmerizing array of geometric patterns in monochrome,…
“300,000 Km/s” by Felipe Pantone in São Paulo, Brazil
October 31, 2022
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Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone completed his recent work on Faria Lima avenue in São Paulo, Brazil. Entitled “300,000 Km/s” the mural is 35m high x 9m wide which took 10 days to finish. It is the first large scale mural Felipe hand paint after the pandemic, being the last one in Buffalo, NY in May…
New installation by Felipe Pantone at Hï Ibiza, Spain
May 20, 2022
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Art and music collide in Ibiza as The Night League, the team behind world-famous clubs Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa Ibiza, unveil a striking new art installation by Argentinian-Spanish visual artist Felipe Pantone. The highly acclaimed artist has transformed the Hï Ibiza facade into a kaleidoscope of colour, ready to welcome the many thousands of clubbers…
“Quick Tide” by Felipe Pantone in Greenwich Peninsula, London
May 10, 2022
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Greenwich Peninsula, the new creative corner of London, unveils Quick Tide; a striking art installation by Argentinian-Spanish visual artist Felipe Pantone.  Despite his elusive persona, Pantone has built a significant following through placing his instantly recognisable stamp across the globe everywhere from the Monaco F1 Grand Prix racetrack with Alpine to exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.…
“Limited Edition ALPINE 110S” by Felipe Pantone
May 28, 2021
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It is on the side-lines of the Monaco F1 Grand Prix that Alpine unveils an exceptional A110 designed by Argentinian artist Felipe Pantone. The continuity of a collaboration initiated in April with the artist. In the unique and prestigious setting of Monaco, Alpine and Felipe Pantone present the result of a second collaboration. This new association…
“The Stranger” and “INTR3PID” by Felipe Pantone
February 23, 2021
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During 2020, Spanish artist Felipe Pantone painted a supercar and a Carbon Club aircraft: The Stranger’ and ‘INTR3PID’. And now, it’s time for them to meet each other! Photo credit: @davidacedo “As an artist, I want to represent my times, and when I look at it… I see speed, transformation, dynamism” – Felipe Pantone Photo…
Felipe Pantone “Subtractive Variability Manipulable 3” Configurable Art
May 20, 2020
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Felipe Pantone is releasing a brand new limited edition configurable art this May 26. The kinetic sculpture Substractive Variability Manipulable 3 is the symbiosis of both theory of color and the search of the oeuvre’s manipulable essence, namely, the viewer’s intervention in the final artwork. Being these, the two major paths of Pantone’s investigation at the moment.…
Felipe Pantone x Vhils for Configurable Art
April 8, 2019
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Felipe Pantone and his Configurable Art project have a new special guest with Vhils. Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto has been interacting visually with the urban environment under the name of Vhils since his days as a prolific graffiti writer in the early- to mid-2000s. An avid experimentalist, Vhils has been developing his personal aesthetics in…
Felipe Pantone in Los Angeles
May 16, 2018
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Felipe Pantone recently linked up with the good people from Impermanent Art to work on a new mural on the streets of Los Angeles in California. Considered today as one of the rising stars of international street art, Felipe Pantone, “child of the internet era” as he says himself, exceeds the notion of outdoor spaces…
Felipe Pantone “Optichromie 69” Limited Edition Print – Available November 3rd
October 28, 2016
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Felipe Pantone continues to overrun cities with his unique creations at an astonishing rate and these prints are a brave effort at capturing the charm of his craft. Part of his “Optichromies” series, this print explores visual effects by the juxtaposition of intense colors (color spectrums, chromachrome, digital environments) and optical art elements (speed sensation, eye fatigue, excitement). They…

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