Tiffany & Co. Commissions Street Artists To Update Their NYC Storefront

Tiffany & Co. Commissions Street Artists To Update Their NYC Storefront

Luxury jewelery brand asks four creative talents to interpret the meaning of love in mural form.

Yi Chen
  • 31 july 2012

High-end jewelery brand commissioned four artists to interpret the meaning of true love through a public art installation. Each artist will have his/her streetart shown on a large wooden canvas in front of the Tiffany & Co. storefront located in the SoHo area of New York.

Artist Danielle Dimston debuted his drawing on 16 July, followed by Ellis Gallagher on 27 July. Igor + Andre will have their mural displayed this week, and Natasha Law will wrap up the series. Passers-by can go see the installation by visiting 97 Greene Street.

Tiffany & Co.


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