Young & Sick Decorates Rag & Bone Wall
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Designating the space as graffiti zone, a la artist Paul Richard, seemingly backfired. The Elizabeth Street wall face was quickly sheathed in bubble letters and other errant tags. Then, a few days after reporting on the short-lived experiment, Rag & Bone decided to scrap it altogether, and whitewashed the entire canvas. Instead, the Los Angeles-based music and art project Young & Sick was invited to decorate, and painted a crazy assortment of symbols in red, orange, and yellow.
Young & Sick also designed cover artwork for the debut Foster the People record, Torches.