ThankYouX + Rafi Nova
For every mask sold we are matching and donating to the Arthritis Foundation
ThankYoux + Rafi Nova Collaboration
Critical to our mission during these challenging times is to support people and organizations who are in need around the world. We decided to team up with ThankYouX to create unique products that will encourage people to keep their masks on and save lives by doing so. As part of this initiative, we are donating to an organization near and dear to ThankYouX’s heart, the Arthritis Foundation. In his own words, “partnering with the Arthritis Organization is important to me because my mother suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for many years. During these difficult times, it is especially important to me to ensure the safety of those suffering with this condition.” For every mask sold, we will be donating a mask to the Arthritis Foundation, to directly support their communities and individuals in need.
ThankYouX is a Los Angeles based artist who began his artistic journey on the streets of Los Angeles in spray painting stencils as an homage to Andy Warhol. While these signature stencils were his initial calling card, they were only scratching the surface of his multifaceted artistic identity. As his level of notoriety expanded, the nature of his expression evolved to modern abstract designs that stand in contrast to the more conventional graffiti-inspired street-art paradigm. His unique aesthetic has captured attention of the art world and earned international acclaim. Inspired by the pop tropes and bright colors of that NYC graffiti scene, ThankYouX has exhibited paintings and sculptures in London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Hong Kong. Now using his street style in a more unique way, he has gained new attention for his geometric mixed media cube paintings and large-scale abstract work. He was handpicked by Snapchat to paint their Los Angeles offices. ThankYouX partnered with Soho House and Samsung to create immersive experience for Art Basel and recently held a successful, solo exhibit in New York City.