PUNTO URBAN ART MUSEUM - SALEM

In “El Punto” Neighborhood in Salem, Massachussets, Punto Urban Art Museum features over 50 large scale murals by 18 world renowned and 20 local artists within a 3 block radius, aiming to create neighborhood pride and increase economic opportunity for local businesses. Pixelpancho Studio took part in this project and designed, on a huge wall, his famous Garden Boy.

This Garden Boy is Pixel’s wish for everyone to approach a natural which is really natural. Because “natural” doesn’t mean a word written on the packaging of the food you buy at the supermarket: natural is a lifestyle, is your involvement in doing something useful for you and for the Earth. Becoming self-sufficient is our only anchor of salvation: we are always in search for perfection, for an immortality who cannot exist. And robots explains this desire. But we should focus on nature, because it’s stronger then us. And it’s the only thing that can save us.

Straight out of Torino, Italy – Pixel Pancho brings a beautiful juxtaposition of rich botanicals and shining robot elements to a playground wall in Salem, MA. Film by Owley. Music by Engelwood (soundcloud.com/engelwood)