02.03.09 by Jeff

Lance Armstrong hires James Jean!

Supertouch reports that Lance Armstrong has commissioned several artists to create chalk art in the streets of LA to raise awareness for his Livestrong foundation. Enjoy some images of James Jean’s fantastic contribution!

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk

james jean lance armstrong livestrong art campaign chalk













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • p.

    I think you mean the Livestrong Foundation hired the artist, not Lance Armstrong himself. Right?

  • well according to the Supertouch article Mr. Armstrong has commissioned the artists, i am only going with the information provided. it is kind of a minor point.

  • awesome piece

  • exciting stuff!

  • dale

    I like the line of chalk dust that’s built up under his work. Kinda frames it.

  • mike

    Lance is a huge art fan, glad to see he is using it to promote this cause. Actually I was at the Shep fairey show in boston and one of the pieces was on loan from lance’s colletion… unrelated, but i thought that was cool.

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  • rach

    its great and all… but why chalk? there goes your money whenever it rains…





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