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Donation to The Brain Project Fundraiser


Donation to The Brain Project Fundraiser

Jan 4 , 2016

Mr Brainwash was among the 100 internationally known artists that were invited by The Brain Project, a program by the Baycrest Foundation in Toronto, to customize their own brain sculpture as a way to raise awareness, support and research into aging and brain health.

Artists of various art backgrounds – fashion, architecture, photography, painting, performance, were invited to design their own brain sculpture to be displayed in different venues across Toronto.

The public was invited to vote for their favorite designs and the sculptures were sold at an auction with the proceeds going to Baycrest Health Sciences for funding.

Contribution to LA Pride Festival


Contribution to LA Pride FestivalC

March 22, 2015

Mr Brainwash created “Book Heart” out of several recycled books, and bright pink paint on wood frame.

The piece was on display at the West Hollywood Public Library Branch for the Los Angeles Pride Festival and was on view until January of 2016.

Toronto Film Festival


Toronto Film Festival

September 18, 2011

Mr Brainwash continued to bring his art all over the world, making his Canadian debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011.

Mr Brainwash’s installations were placed all over the city. They included his signature eight-foot tall spray can sculptures, each one a different film genre, and life-size Canadian Mounties cutouts, armed with boom mics and cameras.

Everywhere Mr Brainwash went, he was able to create a pop art conversation with the city for which he created.
Mr Brainwash also contributed a print of Grace Kelly for the film festival’s exhibition “Movie Star to Princess” in honor of the late film actress.