Murals by Carl Yoshihara seen at Courtyard by Marriott New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area, New York - Cascade - Line Series (Corridors)
Murals by Carl Yoshihara seen at Courtyard by Marriott New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area, New York - Cascade - Line Series (Corridors)Murals by Carl Yoshihara seen at Courtyard by Marriott New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area, New York - Cascade - Line Series (Corridors)
These intersections are visible in the large vinyl wall works Carl Yoshihara created for the Marriott’s corridors. Shades of blue and green lines intersect with one another, forming a web of intermingled digital imagery that accentuates the theme and vibe this hotel brings. Note from Carl. This is actually the 5th incarnation. The 1st is an oil painting. 2nd, a pixel based from my “Line Series.” See the far vertical wall. 3rd, a textile mill/company, Fil Doux in NYC used the pixel version, but it was to detailed. So the 4th, I created a vectorized version for them. You can get a couch or drapes or other textiles in this pattern. The 5th vector version is a one thousand, 1000 x 1 pixels rectangles. Think “Pick up Sticks” that I individual tossed.

Meet the Creator

"I was born in Hiroshima, Japan. My mother survived the bomb and my dad who is from Maui survived Pearl Harbor. Gives you a little perspective.

Being a military brat, I grew up all over the US and overseas. I started high school in Utah and graduated in Okinawa, Japan. California has been home since the late '70s.

I love a medium rare rib-eye steak with a nice glass of red and maybe some garlic mashed potatoes. Although I’m being influenced by my daughter Matisse about being vegetarian. Any ways, I don’t have it for dinner every night. Like my art, I don’t do the same thing everyday. How boring is that?

Life is Art is Life
Carl"

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