Denver Wheatpaste Artist Koko Bayer

Denver Wheatpaste Artist Koko Bayer

This customer is so happy with her framed piece by a well known Denver Wheatpaste Artist Koko Bayer. Koko’s bigger distinguishing factor as a street artist is her use of wheatpaste rather than paint or spray can. For almost five years now, Bayer has been adding her creative mark to Denver’s walls, moving around between alleys with her pasting equipment. The images she leaves behind are inspired, in large part, by her step-grandfather Herbert Bayer.

KoKo Bayer’s Step Grandfather Herbert Bayer did this 85-foot-tall artwork and it was Bayer’s final completed commission before his death in 1985. It is located in the Design Center in Denver, CO.

 

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