At Primary Flight, I happened to see Daryll Peirce painting the above mural with The London Police and others. Later that evening, I had the chance to chat with him and see some more of his artwork. Very talented artist IMHO, but have a look and decide for yourself.
I love pieces like these on wood without any background except the wood itself.
Here’s some info from Daryll’s bio:
Focused on exploring the connectivity within humanity and its claims of control over social systems, habitat, nature, and
future, Peirce’s artwork pendulates between the satiric and esoteric, optimistic and pessimistic, scientific and spiritual,
bold and poetic. Grotesquely exaggerated human forms, arterial-botanic city organisms, and flowering interconnected
building clusters currently inhabit his work. On a more intimate level, his influences instinctively stem from his past and
current environments, travel, exploration, skateboarding, surfing, dreaming, philosophy, and interacting with all forms of
the human animal with a focused lens on the social outcast.
This piece was painted for Primary Flight last year, but unfortunately it isn’t there anymore:
All outdoor photos by Jeremiah Garcia