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Blucifer x Eyes Open Project

Posted by Timothy Cannon on


  In the plains of eastern Denver metro area a giant blue mustang guards the gates of DIA. It’s haunting red eyes glare at you, it’s hooves are up and ready to intimidate. It’s Eeriness, is intensified by the fact that during its production the head fell off and severed an artery in leg of its artist Luis Jimenez who died shortly after. Made of mostly fiberglass, the beast stands at 32 feet tall and weighs over 9,000 pounds. Due to the demon like, illuminated eyes and the fact that it murdered its artist locals call such a statue “Blucifer”. Not necessarily the most friendly face upon arrival to the airport. The piece has been both controversial and connected to some...

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Meet the Makers Series: An Interview with Fancy Boheme

Posted by Hayley Carpenter on


"Even though I was just one person, I started to become aware of my environmental impact — it didn't make sense for me to just put more material things into the world that would eventually make their way into a landfill when a trend had passed." - Amanda Pehrson of Fancy Boheme

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When Fine Art Meets Retail

Posted by Hayley Carpenter on


At Eyes Open Project, we emphasize art as one of our founding pillars. Not only do we work with and carry fashion designers, makers, and craftsmen artists, we collaborate with fine artists in carrying their artwork, working with them to create permanent murals, and temporary pop ups to showcase their work. When fine art meets retail, there’s an endless amount of opportunity.

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Eyes on the Makers Movement

Posted by Megan Rohrberg on


At Eyes Open Project we are dedicated to our makers – people that challenge our oftentimes mass-produced consumer culture through creativity, innovation, and unrelenting passion for their craft. Read more about how we are keeping our Eyes Open on and participating within the Makers Movement.

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