Tristan Eaton’s piece is a tribute to these moments and characters from popular culture
We love the murals of Tristan Eaton and his new piece in the heart of Dallas, which was made possible thanks to the collaboration of the artist and the Goldman Global Arts company.
The mural sits on one of the walls of The Stack, a new 8,500-square-foot modern building located in the heart of the Deep Ellum neighborhood.
It should be noted that the work is part of a project by Goldman Global Art to bring art to other, less centralized suburbs.
As usual, Tristan Eaton delights us with a symbiosis of images; reminiscent of pop culture metaphors, narratives, and cross-sections. For example, we see the portrait of Dallas’ first black architect, William Sidney.
Other references included in the dynamic composition are the city’s music scene, the Texan armadillo, and native fashion icon Jerry Hall. Scenes that are intertwined from the well-known collage and comic techniques so characteristic of Tristan Eaton.
“Deep in the heart of North Texas, you will discover the art-infused Deep Ellum neighborhood,” according to a press release. And it is that this place became an emerging destination for anyone who likes open-air street art galleries.
Finally, if you still do not know the work of Tristan Eaton, we leave you this note so you can take a look at the technique and style of this wonderful artist.