DTP Companies (DTP), a $350 million investment initiative dedicated to the revitalization of Downtown Las Vegas (DTLV) and ISI Group, a Las Vegas artist collective, debut fresh paint and interactive art by local talent creating a must-see destination for art lovers and Instagrammers alike.
‘Mural Way’ art piece titled "Y2K" evokes a new turn of the millennium-inspired piece by graphic designer and muralist Slive, and combines artful interpretations of digital characteristics like glitch and data distortion patterns to reflect on the impact of the period.
The mural takes on new life through the AR app Artivive, an interactive lens guests can download to their phones for free.
In addition to the interactive work by Slive, Brett Rosepiler debuts a warm, earth-anchored piece of art depicting a woman enveloped by nature, wisdom and life.
Rosepiler leaves the interpretation of the artwork’s elements up to its viewers.
Both murals are located on the exterior east wall of Downtown Container Park between Fremont Street and Carson Avenue. Additional DTLV artwork curated by Dana Anderson and the ISI Group can be found on the exterior wall of Downtown Terrace and inside premier nightlife venues like Corduroy and Gold Spike.
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