San Francisco street artist Aaron De La Cruz is best known for his minimal yet cryptic approach — one which bridges the realms of graffiti and illustration. Never the one to be discouraged by large walls, Cruz’s latest work looks to the walls of The Hundreds‘ LA headquarters as canvas. Painting Editor-in-Chief Luis Ruano’s office, the mural builds off of the Bay Area artist’s trademark style, enlisting subtle color tones synonymous to the brand in its rendition. Cast your eyes over the video above where Cruz speaks on the mural and the reason why the year 1980 is a prevalent theme throughout.
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