Project “Brutalist Supergraphics” has just been wrapped up in Worthing, UK on a 60s car park wall, measuring in 1000m2. Candy-striped mural called “Brutalist Supergraphics” took 600 spray cans and seven days to complete, and if you look closely it spells out the phrase ‘RIGHT NOW’ – a representation of the creative regeneration happening in the town (and an anagram of Worthing).
The reimagined building has been, spray-painted in bright colours and candy stripes inspired by the seafront iconography such as deckchairs, inflatables and ice-creams. On closer inspection, it spells out the phrase ‘RIGHT NOW’ which represents the creative regeneration that is occurring in the area (and is also an anagram of Worthing).
To design the artwork and execute the project, they teamed up with acclaimed street artist, Ricky Also who got through 600 cans of spray paint and took seven days to paint the building – believed to be the largest mural in the UK.
ECE Managing Director, Stuart Eatock said: “We’ve reimagined this building to create an installation that represents the powerful creative energy that exists in Worthing right now.”
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