Jeremy Booth celebrates local creatives with a mural

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A new mural in Kentucky by Jeremy Booth pays tribute to the work of local creatives

Artist Jeremy Booth has created a colorful mural in the NuLu neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. His main intention is to celebrate and motivate local artists to continue creating pieces that make life more cheerful.

Courtesy: Jeremy Booth

This mural was commissioned by the liquor brand Rabbit Hole that is originally from Louisville and is immersed in what locals create.

The main intention of the mural painted by Jeremy Booth is to stand for the city’s creative industries. Additionally, it celebrates that there are still artists who strive to present artworks that are very well conceptualized and visually pleasing.

Courtesy: Jeremy Booth

The mural graphically shows a bottle of Rabbit Hole being poured into a glass. But it also portrays essential elements that an artist uses, like a notebook, sheets of paper and glasses, which represent Booth.

There is also an urban representation of the village with hats, plants, and a blue sky. Additionally, it includes a modern style, touches of Cubism and minimalist details that emphasize the creative power of Louisville.

Courtesy: Booth

Moreover, Jeremy’s graphic line is influenced by the vector noir seen in the piece. It is basically a mixture of cool, warm colors that make up the game of shadows and lights.

Below is a small video of the creative process of the design. Furthermore, the piece explores the artist’s creativity in the digital world and on the wall.

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish)

David Zuriaga

Música, Artes, Fotografía, Perros y Punk.

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