A SUMMER IN SAN FRANCISCO: NYCHOS MURALS AND A MOVIE PREMIERE
Autumn slowly reaches Vienna and we’ve just noticed that we still owe you some pictures of our Californian Summer.
As you might have already read on here, we spent some amazing days in Long Beach and L.A. during POW! WOW!. Instead of leaving California after the festival was over, we decided to move North – of course with a new mission in mind.
San Francisco has always been treating us well, and since the city kind of evolved into Nychos’ second home town we couldn’t go there without organizing a big screening of our documentary ”The Deepest Depths Of The Burrow”. (THANK YOU 1XRUN for making all this happen!!)
Scroll down to check out some impressions of the premiere, which took place on July, 1st at the Castro Theatre. We are still stoked about how many people joined us and want to shout out a big THANKS to everyone who managed to stop by, helped out and made this evening a blast.
Photo credit: 1XRUN
Once you are in town, you can’t go home without leaving at least one piece behind. Nychos stayed for another six weeks and was given the chance to add two new murals to his San Francisco collection. Both of them provide deeper insight into the translucent technique, Nychos has been working on for the last couple of months. Special thanks go out to Mirus Gallery, Derrik, Lauren YS and Montana Cans for making these walls happen!
THANK YOU S.F. and all your lovely people for having us!
… and see you soon 🙂