Aftermath: LA Weekly // Artopia // April 30, 2015

For those of you who were unable to make the exhibit, here’s a photographic recap of what went down for LA Weekly’s Artopia at The Container Yard on Thursday, April 30, 2015.  The artists were all very talented but if I had to narrow it down to one of my most favorite from the event, I would have to say that I was really intrigued by the interactive display presented by Mayu.  Colorful things attract my attention.  I was kind of blown away and spent a lot of time at their booth.  I was just trying to gather as much information about their technique as possible.  They were a very pleasant pair.  I encourage everyone to take the opportunity to see them in person if you ever get a chance.   You can also visit their website at www. And btw I just had to get myself a little piece from Mark Brunner artist behind HumanTreeRobot just because I am absolutely obsessed with robots and he’s a dope artist!


One thought on “Aftermath: LA Weekly // Artopia // April 30, 2015

  1. OMG, we didn’t see this post until now! Artopia was a great event, and we were thrilled to be in the midst of it. It seemed to mark a turning point for Mayu Silk Art, which at the time was just celebrating 7 months in business. We’ve hardly had a free moment since then! Perhaps your recommendation helped to propel us, perhaps it was coincidence, or perhaps (and we have a hunch it was this) it was a matter of everything coming together at the right time to create something awesome that could not contain its’ own energy! In any case, we are grateful for the kudos you gave us, and hope that we’ll get a chance to put our creative minds together again in the future. We are not sure when we will be in L.A. next, but you can catch us most Fridays at the Huntington Beach Pier, or follow us on Facebook to see where we’ll be next.
    – Star McCain & Philip Greenwood
    Mayu Silk Art LLC
    IG @mayusilkart

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