timothy goodman designs text-based mural for curatorLA in beverly hills timothy goodman designs text-based mural for curatorLA in beverly hills
oct 01, 2015

timothy goodman designs text-based mural for curatorLA in beverly hills

timothy goodman designs text-based mural for curatorLA in beverly hills
all images courtesy of timothy goodman 

 

 

 

new york-based designer timothy goodman created a mural for a concept store in beverly hills, california called ‘curatorLA’. the text, originally written for his girlfriend, was pulled from his series ‘memories of a girl I never knew’ series on instagram. it was first sketched by hand, then scanned for optimization. letters were projected onto the store’s wall, then traced by pencil and painted in matte black. the ‘curatorLA’ piece took thirteen hours, continuously, to finish on location. 


filling in letters at the shop 

 


video courtesy of timothy goodman

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tim and his assistant 


the piece took thirteen hours to paint, start to finish 

timothy goodman mural curatorLA beverly hills california designboom
the work is for ‘curatorLA’ a store in beverly hills, california 


mural in shop 


the text comes from a writing from goodman’s ‘memories of a girl I never knew’ 

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finished mural 

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paint and brush 

 

 

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