From street art to NFTs, it’s evident that artist Seek One has explored many angles of his artwork with much success. Now he is jumping into the interior design world through his recent collaboration with Unframed, one of the hottest new nightlife destinations in Philadelphia.
Seek One, who hails from Philadelphia, is known for his one-of-a-kind artwork that has seen him feature in galleries from The Hamptons to Dubai.
Adding his artistic flair to Unframed’s space, Seek One created an astonishing eight custom paintings of today’s most iconic celebrities ranging from J-Lo to George Clooney. The works were designed specifically for the space exuding the feel of a celebrity-filled room. No stranger to celebrities, Seek One’s recent collectors range from the likes of Kelly Ripa, Carmelo Anthony, and Meghan Trainor to name a few.
“Working with interior designers has always been a goal of mine. The idea of creating custom paintings based around an entire room is such a unique concept. For Unframed, I was able to work directly with the owner and interior design team to collaboratively create a body for work for the space.”
But it didn’t stop there, as Seek One finished off his collaboration with seventy hand-painted Veuve Clicquot bottles, plus a custom bottle service sign.
Seek One states“Unframed is one of the coolest new spots in Philly. With an amazing restaurant downstairs and intimate night club upstairs this is one of the most unique concepts in the city right now. For their opening I hand painted 70 Veuve Clicquot bottles for VIP’s and well as the bottle service marquee. This was all in addition to the eight paintings we installed in the club. ”
With Art Basel on the horizon Seek One continues his unique partnerships but now with high end sushi steakhouse Zuma Miami. Seek One will be taking over the space the first weekend of December which will include live painting, a series of never before seen paintings on display throughout the restaurant and a few other surprises.
Additionally, you can visit his website seekoneart.com or Instagram to learn more about his work.