12ft tall portrait of Michael Jackson made from 1,680 recycled soda-pop cans (because MJ is the King of Pop) created by Los Angeles artist, Seaton Brown. This photo os from the guerrilla-style street-art unveiling done at Hollywood and Highland. People were blocking traffic to get a photo. Lots of fun!
The piece was commissioned by Ripley's Entertainment and will be on display in one of their museums soon!
There is a video documenting the creation of the piece and the unveiling on YouTube at:
Seaton Brown works and lives in Los Angeles as a fine-artist, illustrator and designer. His work has been featured in many local galleries and received international media coverage.
As a fine artist he rides the rails between traditional art and techniques to pop art and the use of recycled materials, such as can be seen in this latest work and earlier portraits like the one of Pamela Anderson from candy wrappers "Eye Candy".
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