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A project that originally began in April 2015 as an Instagram contest #ZettaMurals, expanded into what is now considered the most exciting and unique hotel art installation in San Francisco. The 7-story stairwell served as the perfect blank canvas to inspire local talent to tag, shape and paint their most creative designs, the outcome was astounding.
The 7-Story Canvas exhibit is now open for public viewing featuring walls worth of original mural art from contemporary muralist luminaries Buff Monster, Apexer, Steiner, Deb, Elle, Dirty Bandits, Mike Tyau, Pemex, and Griffin.
Griffin One is an artist of many mediums & themes, part Aerosol Muralist, Fine Artist & Digital Designer. The body of his work incorporates a fusion of elements from our modern technological age with motifs from the old world... did we mention he was the #ZettaMurals contest winner?
The Apexer and Buff Monster
Hotel Zetta's light tunnel may only be exclusively viewed from certain guestrooms within the hotel. The guestroom windows now feature a spectacular glimpse of the collaboration between Buff Monster and The Apexer.
Hailing all the way from the land down under, this rerouted Aussie native has made a name for her self in SF bay area. From painting building exteriors, rhinos, box cars and vans, Deb's latest installation has made its home on the 3rd floor of our hotel stairwell.
Dirty Bandit History
Dirty Bandits is a San Francisco-based small design firm run by Annica Lydenberg, a designer, illustrator and sign painter deeply obsessed with type. As a graphic designer Annica pays close attention to typography - but now turns her talents to treating letters and words as art in various mediums - ahem... like the mural here.
Elle Street Art
Taking over the 8th floor of the stairwell, Elle (Brooklyn based artist) uses nearly ever color in the crate to make her masterpiece.
Mike BAM Tyau
When Mike isn't busy jet-setting to paint in Barcelona or Hiroshima, he finds himself split between Hawaii and SF, working on projects like this - creating ground breaking art.
A native to the central coast of California, Pemex has put up work all throughout his home state and even abroad - his street work is savage and unrelenting, stylish and possessing in it a humor and history unique to the artist himself.
Steiner, an LA-based muralist, transformed Hotel Zetta's 5th floor stairwell into a bright and bold canvas with large mutated creatures swimming amongst unique patterns and shapes.