Make no mistake, the the first priority in the aadmixx studio is to generate an intriguing and provocative architectural experience.  Every feature in an aadmixx design will be approached with a hand crafted level of attention to detail. In addition to this philosophy, aadmixx will also pay its unapologetic respects to the creative form of expression found in street art. While it’s typically expected the we only find street art tucked within the city proper, it’s my hope that embracing it and exposing it to a residential demographic will enable a broader spectrum of people to educate themselves and learn to accept it as a true form of fine art.  In short, each house will feature at least one wall or architectural element dedicated to an artist who will be chosen based on their style, technique, and body of work, as well as any relevance they might(or might not) have to a project’s design and/or geographic location. In other words, they’ll be chosen because they’re on top of their game and because they actually want their personal skill sets to be represented as part of the aadmixx movement…

 

DISCLAIMER: Let me be clear about the fact that I’m no street artist. I’m just a passionate advocate of the expression and have been photographing graffiti, tags, and murals as a personal side hobby for over a decade now. I have a true appreciation for the effect that this style of art has had on me and this is the most honest and proactive way that I figured I could help create awareness for this influential yet sometimes misunderstood genre . TG