2017 //SLS Brickell
SLS Brickell, who housed the exhibition, had given Mikael the honor of decorating their iconic Philippe Starck sculpture, depicting a duck, which was revealed on the opening night to the joy of a large crowd of attendants.
Hypercube was Mikael’s first 3D printed sculpture using only spray. Hypercube was revealed at Mikael’s solo show, Reality Shift, at the Gregorio Escalante Gallery, Los Angeles.
2019 //Art Basel, Miami
In tandem with this year’s Miami Art Basel, Mikael created a mural at Loews hotel, South Beach. The mural was unveiled by a ‘mural completion party’ for the hotel guests and Art Basel attendees.
2019 //Artscape Festiavl, Ljusdal, Sverige
“Room for Reflection” is Mikael’s contribution to the annual Swedish street art festival, Artscape. This year, the festival was held in the Swedish city Ljusdal, where Mikael decorated the city’s facades, along with other international artists.
2018 //Wyn317, Sky Flowers. Art Basel, Miami.
Sky Flowers adorns the facade of Wyn317’s new gallery in Miami and was created during this year’s Art Basel, Miami. In addition to Mikael’s work on the front of the gallery, the two internationally renowned artists Belin and Does have also decorated their own sides of the gallery.
2018 //Vivid Rhythms, mural in Los Angeles, CA
In 2017, Art Share, in collaboration with the City of LA and the LA Dept of Cultural Affairs, were to select an artist who would get the honor of decorating the Art Share building, which is the most prominent building in Downtown LA, helping Art Share to rebrand their image. The City Council and Art Share selected Mikael B to decorate the building with fierce competetion from artists from all over the world who also participated in the bidding round.
2017 //SHINE Mural Festival in St. Peterburg, Florida
Mikael put his mark on the town of St. Petersburg in Florida with his participation at this year’s SHINE Mural Festival. He was among a selected group of artists, each of whom contributed to the large-scale open-air gallery for the delight of both locals and visitors.
“The belief that you can take any crazy vision and turn it into reality…I had this in my mind when I created the mural “Inner Visions” experimenting with the warm the cold, the sharp the soft, the light the dark. With “Inner Visions” I want to keep dreams alive. Sticking with your vision and what you believe in is so important. When you have a vision it affects your attitude.
Your attitude becomes optimistic.”
– Mikael B
2017 //Area renewel North West Copenhagen, Denmark
“Day Dream” is Mikael’s contribution to the Nordic region’s largest ‘Open-Air Gallery’. Curated by Jens-Peter Brask in Copenhagen.
2017 //Gregorio Escalante Gallery, Los Angeles
Mikael B’s solo exhibition opening night on July 15th, 2017.
Everybody dreams. Everybody strives to get lost and find themselves, to find their purpose in this life,but we ultimately make the distinction between what is realistic and what is idealistic. Mikael B. refuses to make this distinction, continuing to grow into the passionate young artist that he is today. From graphic design to wildstyle graffiti to his latest abstract dreamscapes, his oeuvre of work is constantly growing, changing, and challenging itself to create new, wild worlds where anything is possible.
2016 //Art Basel, Miami
Mural Entrance for the Superfine Art Fair in Wynwood, Miami.
2015 //American Express
Wall project for American Express On Santa Monica Blvd and Sweard in Hollywood, LA. Supporting small, independent and local businesses, it’s called Small Business Saturday – a day meant to inspire consumers to support the independent businesses.
2015 //Nike, Jordan Brand
Introducing the new Jumpman CP3.IX Emerald Edition with Chris Paul, Nike and the Jordan brand. Launched at Kings of SoCal on Santa Monica Pier, CA.
2015 //Art Basel, Miami
Wall project cooporation with In Heroes We Trust and Superfine! in Miami at Art Basel 2015. Alongside good friends Lauren TS, Elle, Ian Ross and Blinky.
2015 //Google Headquarters, Venice
Collaboration wall with BumblebeeLovesYou as a part of the Venice Art Walk & Auction at Google Headquarters in Venice, CA.
From Los Angeles to Phoenix and Copenhagen. It’s all about swinging, bending and curving and make the colors and composition explore right in front of you.