Spotify Hires Street Artists To Make Its Office More Inspiring [Pics]

Spotify Hires Street Artists To Make Its Office More Inspiring [Pics]

Digital music service is supporting local artists by using them to design and create their interiors.

Lara Piras
  • 7 october 2013

For their new NYC office, online music service Spotify decided to commission local street artists to support and promote their work. The artists were asked to make the environment more exciting with their own designs so decided to wheatpaste and paint the bathrooms, tech pods, conference rooms, doors and break rooms.

First up was WK who created the mural in one of the tech pods. This creation was designed to feel as though workers are on the street;.

ASVP covered the conference rooms with pop art-inspired collages based on classic US music venues such as the Apollo, the 9:30 Club, the Viper Room, the Fillmore, Whiskey-a-Go-Go, and more.


Chris RWK painted the offices, bathroom stalls and exit doors with his unique characters.




Kostas Seremetis was used to link the project with the fine art world. His signature style ‘pop meets fine art’ is perfectly represented in this mural of Spiderman in the lounge area.




+Environmental / Green
+Interior Design
+pop art
+street art

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