Pantone’s largest mural ever debuts in Jersey City

The Argentine-Spanish artist, along with a team of 5 collaborators, has created the work from the Optichromie series, which recalls pixel art.

Argentine-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone has created a new, enormous mural from his Optichromie series: “OPTICHROMIE for Jersey City”. The artwork, spanning 25 floors of a residential building and covering an area of 70 x 20 meters, marks Pantone’s return to the United States after about a year. Located at the corner of Summit and Magnolia Avenue in Jersey City, the vibrant artwork features the artist’s typical geometric patterns, reminiscent of pixel art.

Currently, it is the largest mural Pantone has ever worked on, and after being meticulously designed, it was executed in 25 days by Pantone along with five collaborators who worked on two 9-meter platforms. The monochrome parts were done with a roller, while the gradients were applied with a compressed air spray gun.

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