Guests on Good Day New York

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Mr Brainwash was invited to be a guest on Good Day New York to talk about his latest pop up show “Life is Beautiful” and engaged in an impromptu live painting performance.

The show had thousands of visitors a day, tourists and locals alike, who were delighted to discover the unannounced art show hidden under New York City’s famous High Line.

The 9,000 square foot space was packed with sculptures, screen prints, and installations, all which showcase his signature take on pop culture’s most recognizable icons and images and signified his glorious return to The Big Apple.

The video of the segment is available here:
https://www.facebook.com/FOX5NY/videos/10153577679726320

Mr Brainwash Meets the Dalai Lama

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Peak Mind Foundation hosted a talk with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado Canyon, California. The Dalai Lama gave a public talk on wisdom, love and compassion and the event was a celebration of a lifetime devited to spreading the message of the value of peace, kindness and universal compassion throughout the world.

Mr Brainwash attended the event and had a chance to meet with His Holiness, presenting the Dalai Lama with an artwork that he created.

Click on the link below for more information:
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/peak-mind-foundation-hosts-a-talk-with-his-holiness-the-dalai-lama-on-july-4th-300108157.html

“Life Is Beautiful” Pop-Up Show (NY)

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Mr Brainwash returned to New York for a pop-up art show, “Life is Beautiful” in June 2015.

The show had thousands of visitors a day, tourists and locals alike, who were delighted to discover the unannounced art show hidden under New York City’s famous High Line.

The 9,000 square foot space was packed with sculptures, screen prints, and installations, all which showcase his signature take on pop culture’s most recognizable icons and images and signified his glorious return to The Big Apple.

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Mural on Burger King Wall (Art Basel Miami)

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Mr Brainwash gave fast-food a spotlight for Art Basel: Miami Beach by creating an interactive mural of Burger King’s Whopper and fries on the outside wall of GAB Studio.

There was also a sort of “throne” you can sit on with a crown above your head.

Miami is the birthplace of Burger King, the fast-food joint first opened in 1954, and home of The Original Whopper Burger. Mr Brainwash paid tribute to its origins by creating the interactive mural on Wynwood.

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Mr Brainwash also kicked off Art Basel with a night of partying at WALL Lounge with friends Paris Hilton and Rick Ross.

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Click on the links below for more information:
http://worldredeye.com/2014/12/paris-hilton-rick-ross-mr-brainwash-at-wall/

http://www.miaminewtimes.com/restaurants/mr-brainwash-creates-giant-burger-king-mural-for-art-basel-zak-the-baker-visits-6593210

http://worldredeye.com/2014/12/burger-king-debuts-mr-brainwash-mural-in-wynwood/

Collaboration and Performance with Mercedes-Benz

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Mr Brainwash attended the Mercedes-Benz Evolution Tour with Alabama Shakes and Young the Giant in Santa Monica, California. He was invited to do a performance piece at the event on a GLA-Class vehicle.

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Mr Brainwash has previously collaborated with Mercedes-Benz before this event: he had painted one of their vehicles before, which toured nationwide with the German automobile company and was also exhibited at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2014.

Click on the link below for more information:
http://www.watchprosite.com/page-wf.forumpost/fi-871/ti-964383/pi-6709498/

Wyclef Jean + AVICII’s “Divine Sorrow” for (RED)

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Coca-Cola and (RED) teamed up for the Share the Sound of an AIDS Free Generation campaign, featuring new music from Aloe Blacc, OneRepublic, an unreleased song from Queen’s Freddie Mercury and a collaborative work with Wyclef Jean, Avicii and Mr Brainwash.

The primary goal of the campaign was to spread global awareness of HIV/AIDS to millennials in an effort to end the pandemic. The campaign featured an array of top artists as they debut new music and offered exclusive experiences to bring people together and give. Money raised from the campaign went to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It was also used to finance grants to provide HIV prevention, testing, counseling, treatment and care services.

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