To celebrate the opening of their new flagship in Hawaii, Versace worked with POW! WOW! to provide a large-scale mural on one of the key arteries in Honolulu. Located on the intersection of Ala Moana Boulevard and Keawe Street, curator Jasper Wong brought in world-renowned street artist Tristan Eaton to create his own interpretation of the iconic Medusa. Painted over a period of five days, Tristan Eaton employed his unique aesthetics to create a masterpiece that encompasses elements of classic Versace patterns and a variety of textures and styles. In the gallery above, you can see the progress on the beautiful artwork over the five-day creation period and of course the final large-scale Medusa by Tristan Eaton. Often referenced and reinterpreted, we have to admit that this version by the artist might be our favorite one to date.
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