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July 2014
Spotify commissions ASVP to create ten additional large-scale pieces, including a highly anticipated 25’ long dimensional piece, which will become the largest object that the team has created to date.

June 2014
ASVP Studio participates in Bushwick Open Studios, opening its doors to the public for the first time. The studio sells 15 pieces over the course of the two-day event.

May 2014
Doyle New York invites the team to participate in an experimental format for the auction house, a three-day Pop-Up Show, the show brings a record price for an ASVP work on canvas.

April 2014
ASVP is invited to create a piece for The Big Egg Hunt, a curated NYC public art installation, bringing the team into a world-class group of creative talent that includes contemporaries Jeff Koons and Julian Schnabel among others.

January 2014
ASVP creates mural for Surplus Candy, a one night only show which transforms an east village brownstone, into a collective canvas of street art and graffiti. Surplus Candy opens to the public for one night before being demolished.

December 2014
ASVP teams up with David Arquette to create a 60’ long mural during this year’s ABMB Festival.

November 2013
Keep This Coupon, 2013 is presented at auction during Doyle New York’s Annual Contemporary Sale and shatters previous records for an ASVP work on paper with a winning bid from Jessica Seinfeld.

September 2013
Spotify, the Swedish Music streaming service with 40MM+ active users, commissions ASVP to create 25 large-scale pieces for the organization’s brand new 97,000 sq. ft. headquarters in the landmarked Cammeyer Building, NYC.

January 2013
agnès b., reaches out to the team once again with an invitation to collaborate on a limited collection of garments featuring ASVP imagery, the collection quickly sells out internationally.

June, 2012
ASVP is commissioned by Maxwell Colette Gallery to create 60’ long outdoor mural in Wicker Park, Chicago.

May 2012
ASVP commissioned to create mural in collaboration with Vandalog and The LISA Project, in Little Italy, NYC.

April 2012
an ASVP hits the auction block at Doyle New York’s 2nd Street Art Auction, the team emerges from the sale with a new auction record.

October 2012
ASVP is one of two emerging artists included in Doyle New York’s Inaugural Street Art Auction, two ASVP pieces are presented at auction. Both sell and exceed auction estimates.

September 2012
Design legend, agnès b. notices ASVP’s work while walking through Williamsburg, asks the team to curate a Street Art Show for her Howard Street Gallery in NYC. ASVP reaches out to established and emerging artists including; Faile, D-Face, Miss Bugs and QRST among others to curate, Public Display which turns out to be a wildly successful event. Four ASVP pieces are included in the show, all four sell at the opening reception.

February 2012
ASVP creates an edition of 50 “China Cheerleader” prints for online gallery, 1XRUN, all 50 sell within 48 hours.

September 2011
ASVP is offered a solo show at a Denver Street Art Gallery, the team creates 30 original works for the show, four of them return to NYC after the show concludes.

For the next four+ years the team creates thousands of handmade posters, paintings, murals, publicly posting the work throughout cities worldwide including; Amsterdam, Cape Town, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Florence Italy, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, Varanasi India and Zürich among others.

April 2008
Brooklyn based duo, ASVP team up and begin developing a unique, hand drawn, multi-layered graphic style, often marrying iconic eastern and western imagery with recurring nods to advertising, pop and comic book culture, often with messaging e.g., “We Can Give You What You Want” intermittently revealing the artists’ dissent from the advertising industry, where they initially met.