Vandal, one of New York’s hottest new restaurants (but not one of the best), commissioned eight local artists to design its space—and it’s stunning.
The massive space occupied by the restaurant, located on Bowery, features artwork from different street artists, meant to reference the area’s history.
Large-scale art pieces from different mediums and techniques decorate the walls. Artist VHILS created portraits made by chiseling and carving plaster. Tristan Eaton, best known for his massive murals, painted a colorful piece spanning the length of an entire wall. Hush, the artist who oversaw and curated the entire wallscape, brings "urban abstract pop" art to the restaurant.
Check it out in this Curbed Tours video.