Creative murals at Facebook by David Choe and Jet Martinez

There are all kinds of artists out there and they all have their own style and their own domain of interest. For David Choe it’s graffiti. He is a San Jose, California-based graffiti artist who was asked to create a mural for Facebook. The artist was paid in stock, meaning that when Facebook stock trades publicly later this year, he stands to make an astounding $200 million. I would say it was a pretty good deal.

The artist has also been contracted to make some other graffiti murals in some of Facebook’s older buildings. His art can be seen there all over the walls. Since then he also got to paint some of the walls inside the new Facebook headquarters. I guess the Facebook team must really like his work. It seems legit since he’s such an amazing artist.

The beautiful Bouquet mural that you see in he pictures was painted by other great artist called Jet Martinez. The San Francisco-based artist was asked to make a creative mural and he came up with this very pretty idea. It’s an uncommon theme in this domain but the mural is very beautiful. You can admire this piece at the new Menlo Park campus. It’s a very bright and colorful creation meant to put a smile on the face of anyone who passes by it.{found on nytmes and mymodernmet}.



Published by in Interiors, on February 14th, 2012

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