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LXone x The Pixel

30 Jul

Thanks to Thomas Lang and LXone for the video.

LX ONE is not interested in formally offensive linguistic experiments, he does not want to emphasize what is already done , he does not turn his visions in poems like concrete poets do. LX ONE explores the pixel, the smallest , he researchs the base of the form , the skeletons of colors. He disserts around the chant of geometrie: the noise of shapes , a system of tensions in the free space , a response to our architecture ,urbanism and design. By bringing a breeze from Piet Mondrian and Vasarelly to our walls, LX ONE decided once to follow the only absolutes in life: vertical and horizontal lines .

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Agents x The Megaro Project

2 May

Thanks to Agents of Change (Remi Rough, Augustine Kofie, Steve More and LXone) for the video.

This film details the creation of a monumental 450m2 mural opposite St. Pancras International in Kings Cross, London. The mural, which has been painted by four members of Agents of Change – Remi/Rough, Steve More, LX.One and Augustine Kofie – encompasses two sides of a five storey Georgian building.

The mural took over two weeks to complete working from an initial design – which was bounced between Los Angeles, Edinburgh, Paris and London – and was commissioned by the hotel’s owner and The Narrative. From a design perspective the artists collaborated to create a single work that would utilise their different styles and perspectives to create a modern mural that integrates with the surrounding area, and emphasises Kings Cross’ status as a major gateway for international and national visitors alike.

The influence of the mural continues inside the building with a permanent collection of artworks created for the restaurant and a one of a kind reception interior designed and executed by AoC for the attatched hotel. The challenge was to create a mural that would at once enhance the complex multifaceted character of the grand Georgian building and reflect the strong modern geometry in the artists work.

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