Voodo Fé: SOAR, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, December 2020

  • Voodo Fé's new mural, SOAR.
  • The supplies for Voodo Fé's SOAR
  • Voodo Fé's new mural, SOAR.
  • Voodo Fé painting his mural SOAR
  • Voodo Fé's new mural, SOAR.
  • Voodo Fé painting his mural SOAR

SOAR: Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, December 2020

“City Canvas’’ is a 24-month pilot designed to allow the installation of temporary visual art on eligible sidewalk sheds and construction fences. We’ve worked with local communities to transform protective construction structures into spaces for temporary art installations. This is a partnership with The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA), in collaboration with the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) and the Office of the Mayor.

“SOAR” is a 20-foot wide mural by interdisciplinary artist Voodo Fé

This mural was installed onto construction fencing in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, at the Fulton Street and Downing Street intersection on Thursday, December 10th, 2020. 

Voodo Fé’s large-scale mural features a hand-painted eagle made from an array of vibrant colors to depict the diversity of the world, inspiring us to rise above all odds.   

Voodo Fé

Voodo Fé is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York, where he creates various artworks and experiences in his art space, The Spot on 572 Myrtle Avenue. He has worked in various mediums– creating large scale paintings, jewelry, pillows, and apparel. He has been commissioned by brands like Calvin Klein, DKNY, and the NBA, and has created over 8000 artworks, with more coming. His artwork employs the use of color and image theory to reduce stress. 

As a well-known local figure in the Clinton Hill and Bed Stuy neighborhoods, Voodo Fé believes in the experience of healing that art can bring and offers that with open doors at The Spot.

“If you can experience art and get to the ‘feel good,’ then you’ll be alright.” He has curated and conducted ArtScience workshops in the outdoor public spaces of Brooklyn by measuring the impact of art on stress levels for people of all ages by employing image and color theory.

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