The tradition that often comes with the cold weather season automatically persuades us to incorporate dark color palettes into our wardrobes. Due to the bizarre weather patterns we have experienced in New York City and across the nation, this statement is not so accurate for our actuality. Today on December 15, 2015 we have a record high of 63 degrees Fahrenheit in New York City, with no sign or prediction of snow. A great way to take advantage of this peculiar weather is to get out of the house and wanderlust all while sporting some pop of color.
During one of my casual walks around the neighborhood I came across this multicolored and whimsical art mural on Rivington Street Wall created by Brazilian graffiti artist, Nina Pandolfo. Her exuberant and eye-catching vivid creations naturally have been center staged in the artist’s transition from street art murals to canvas.
Her works have exhibited at multiple art galleries all throughout the world, including The Coburn Projects in New York City. Unfortunately I missed the art exhibition from Nina at the Coburn Projects gallery, titled Little Things for Life, but luckily the mural that was part of the presentation still remains. The mural is filled with cute motifs and a bright fun color palette. It’s an invitation to travel into a fantasy land where it’s always sunny and room temperature, reminiscent of merry times from our childhood.
I paired my all black ensemble with the fun, vibrant bomber jackets by Canvas & Colors. This is a great statement piece that comes in pretty much every color of the cyber rainbow. Whatever color you’re brave enough to wear, they will have it. To check out the rest of the colors assortment head over to Canvas & Colors.
To experience this mural in person before is gone head over to the Rivington Street Wall located across the street from the Coburn Projects Gallery between Bowery and Chrystie Streets.
Photos By Jordan Tempro
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