A Truck Named Art: Part 2
What started as an idea, has blossomed into 2 installments, each one building off of the other. For the Westword Music Showcase installment, we took The Snowboard Industry Tradeshow’s truck concept and added some dimension to it. With names such as Chromeo, Del the Funky Homosapien, Murder by Death, Yo La Tengo, Young the Giant, The Epilogues, UME and the Sword, all playing the mainstage less than a block away, we needed to make a statement. Hence A Truck Named Art.
For this we called in some of the So-Gnar art network such as Jammypack, Dave Sheets, The Signtologist, Pat Milbery, Captain Safety, Steve Cummings, Brian Curran, and Chris Gibson to pull together and create some unique street scenes.
The beast…the rig…from Outlaw Customs
The view from the Vinyl rooftop of A Truck Named Art.
Some Skyline pieces from Captain Safety
Del The Funky Homosapien rocking 15,000 people!
Del signing autographs at the truck!
The crowd gathering out front of the Del autograph signing.
The crowd admiring Dave Sheet’s So-gnar shark sub and Brian Curran’s charcoal drawings.
The Signtologist’s art arrangement
A happy customer and his new purchase.
The crowd gathering around the truck. There was quite the turnout for the day’s events.
Captain Safety’s Space monster piece and Chris Gibson’s So-gnar ying/yang whale piece.
A good view of the street stripes that enter up into the truck, wind through Captain Safety’s city scape and up the wall into Steve Cumming’s bike art.
Ethan from the Flashlights enjoying a PBR.
Steve Cumming’s Pedal Hard Pedal Fast installation.
The Signtologist’s Rakim piece and Captain Safety’s girl monster.
Pat Milbery and Chris Gibson’s sewer hole vortex.
Captain Safety’s Denver skyline
Lumber jack Mack on the camera tip…