LEVESCERE, MULTIPLE COUNTRIES, ONGOING Faith’s Levescere series explores the relationship of words and phrases within physical environments. For this series Faith created her own typeface that can be structured over various surfaces.
I See All, Nevada, USA, 2019 Commissioned work in Primm, Nevada.
Ad Pacem, Cincinnati, USA, 2019 In October, 2019, along with fellow South African artist Inka Kendzia, Faith created a projection-mapped mural in Cincinnati during the Blink Light Festival. Faith’s mural, thematically based on Eirene, the Greek goddess of peace, highlights the importance of actively working towards a society that functions on open communication and inclusion. […]
Mon Coeur, Lyon, France, 2019 In the weeks leading up to the sixth Global Fund Replenishment Conference, a collective of the world’s top street artists turned cities around the globe (RED) to drive heat and awareness around the AIDS fight. More than 25 murals and installations were revealed as part of a coordinated campaign across […]
THE SILENT WATCHER, PHILADELPHIA, 2019 In Philadelphia, Faith completed her largest mural to date, as of 2019. Standing 11.000 square feet tall , this piece pays tribute to Noam Chomsky, and calls out for brotherly love. The mural has become a visual landmark and gateway from University City to West Philadelphia. In Faith’s own words; ‘I […]
Ты разбудила во мне давно забытое, MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 2018 In 2018 Faith , alongside several great artists such as Shepard Fairey, Tristan Eaton, Ben Eine, Felipe Pantone Painted the exterior of the Artrium Mall in Moscow, Russia. One of the largest Mural projects in Russia to date.
Ashes Moon, Chinatown, New York, 2018 The first in a twelve part series.Specially timed with the April Full Moon over Chinatown, New York City.
THE PROGRESS OF THE TRUTH OF MEN, VANCOUVER, CANADA, 2018
THE UNBOUND, SAN FRANSISCO, 2018 Painted in San Francisco, The Unbound series covers the prominent UC Hastings University of Law Building in the Tenderloin. ‘The Unbound’ is an ode to the Peace Manifesto, an almost archetypal cry for ceasefire revisited throughout history by various groups and organizations. In this piece, Faith used the symbol of […]