Art on the Plaza at The Plaza
Transforming our outdoor Plaza patio into a museum-like space of familiar festival artwork, Fashion Show revealed two iconic pieces to its rotating collection of unique sculptures in Las Vegas. Shoppers and passersby will be delighted in the awe-inspiring pieces by world-renowned sculpture and street artists, while visiting Las Vegas' largest shopping, dining and entertainment destination. Among the Plaza’s new artistic additions include:
Heartfullness: Designed by Katy Boynton, a 12x15 foot steel replica of a heart that has been repeatedly broken and pieced back together, this impactful piece debuted in 2012 at Burning Man and has since been seen at Life is Beautiful Festival, Bottle Rock Napa and many more.
InSpire: Also seen in Burning Man, these huge, geometric laser-cut 3-D sculptures are among the most beautiful and recognizable around. Created by HYBYCOZO, The project acronym stands for the Hyperspace Bypass Construction Zone and is inspired by the intersection of math, science, technology, geometry, material and light.
- "Colors that speak to a United City" was created in partnership with Harlem-bred artist Tanya Michelle Watler (Miscre8) known for her hand drawn, hand painted, sometimes illustrated original artwork. Watler started her artistic career in the 90’s in on the streets of her hometown, Harlem New York, with her whimsical colorful street style. She the founder of Lil Art Bodega Creative and has works featured in DELANO Las Vegas, Staedtler, Zappos, Art Live, Life is Beautiful, and local loved business like Simply Pure.
- Located on the strip-side Plaza staircase, this 50-foot mural resembles a cascading rainbow and serves as a visual and interactive celebration of the diversity, enthusiasm and optimism that Las Vegas tourist and local population is known for. Former graffiti artist Tanya “Miscre8” Watler was chosen to bring the idea to life.
- This exclusive artistic experience features a total of 73 unique colors and took the artist 72 hours to complete. Guests are encouraged to take images at the soon-to-be-iconic Las Vegas art display and share their experience on social media by tagging @fashionshowlv.