Mercedes-Benz Rides The Waves With Kelsey Brooke’s Street Art Style

Mercedes-Benz Rides The Waves With Kelsey Brooke’s Street Art Style
Arts & Culture

Kelsey Brookes explains how instinct and a sincere connection with nature can inspire artistic creativity.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 28 july 2011

San Diego-based visual artist and surfer Kelsey Brookes was selected to create the cover artwork for Mercedes Benz’s latest ‘mixed tape,’ Anniversary Bliss. What’s unusual is the choice to choose an artist with a street art style which is significantly different from Mercedes’ previous mixed tape covers and a step away from their traditional image.
Mercedes even presents a mini documentary video showing the long-haired surfer working on his art and talking about his passion for nature and his creative process.

Check out the video here:

Kelsey Brookes Mercedes Benz Portrait from Nicolas Doldinger on Vimeo.

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