Artists express themselves with crochet, graffiti, dance, live performances and visual projections.

Absolut launched its Open Canvas initiative on the streets of Williamsburg, Brooklyn as a part of their global campaign, “Transform Today“. This outdoor art festival featured more than 20 artists expressing their creative ideas on everything from the white canvases to flowerpots to cars.

The exhibition showed a broad range of media from graffiti artist KATSU to crochet artists Olek to performance artists Ryan McNamara. These artists left no stone unturned, covering cars with crochet and canvases with inspirational creative expressions. Several creative mediums collaborated in the visual and digital experience, “The Starchamber,” Aurora Hall's projections and video footage and the audience tailored dance performance, “Dance.”

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