Alex Merry’s artworks on the Gucci-sponsored ArtWalls in Milan (left) and Hong Kong (right)

From British illustrator Angelica Hicks’ cheeky cartoon illustrations with hints of satirical humour, to Spanish artist Coco Capitán’s witty and ironic text-based artworks, British artist Alex Merry’s colourful masterpieces are now on display on the Gucci-sponsored ArtWalls in Milan, New York, London, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

From the 1,900-square-foot wall at Largo La Foppa, one of the livelier pedestrian district of Corso Garibaldi in Milan, Italy, to the 2,500 square feet wall at Lafayette Street in New York, the new ArtWalls feature a variety of new items from the Gucci Décor collection, with a tint of Merry’s signature aesthetic – the fashion House’s continual effort with the creation of illustrations in depicting new styles and pieces.

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The Gucci Décor pieces with a touch of Alex Merry’s signature aesthetic in New York

Executed in New York by Colossal Media, and in Milan and London by the European leader in out-of-home advertising, Urban Vision, Merry’s illustrations include those of scented candles in porcelain jars, vases with snakes for handles, Herbarium printed porcelain tableware produced by Manifattura Richard Ginori, as well as sumptuous cushions showcasing the GG pattern in silk jacquard or animal motifs, respectively found on the abovementioned locations, as well as the famous Brick Lane off East London, along the D’Aguilar Street, in Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong, as well as in Shanghai’s Fengsheng Li, in the Jingan district.

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