Friday, July 24, 2009

A Residency with TLC - first pop artists to work with S4's Legacy of Ten

On July 23, 2009, it was officially announced that SceneFour will be working on a canvas collection for release in early 2010 with pop group TLC. With more than 45 million records sold worldwide, TLC is the biggest selling girl group in music history.

The collection, containing a total of 200 canvases will begin production in October with a release date to be determined, but anticipated to fall in the first quarter of next year. The creative behind the piece will take place in Atlanta, Georgia. More details coming soon...

Thursday, July 23, 2009

HELMET & SCENEFOUR: Creation Day 2

Helmet frontman Page Hamilton was in the downtown Los Angeles SceneFour office today. Page came in to review elements and ideas for the upcoming series of 100 paintings he's putting together with SceneFour for the Legacy of Ten which will be debuting before year's end.

The process of creating art collections can be pretty intense for an individual, but doing it in collaboration is a whole other ball of wax. It can be an experience that doesn't begin with art, but instead with establishing a repoire and an understanding of where everyone is coming from visually, artistically, and theoretically. It's necessary to vibe and dig with those that you are going to be vulnerable with artistically.

Case in point, Helmet's Page Hamilton who Cory and Ravi have courted for some time to get involved in a project together.

It's no surprise that the SceneFour boys wanted to work with Page from onset of Legacy of Ten. His music is superb as is his reputation as an innovative guitar player. But what I witnessed today, as the boys sat with Page reviewing imagery, books, and photos was three "guys" looking to understand each other before they started to throw ideas around. Yes, they talked about the upcoming canvas series, but mostly they talked about life continually finding common ground that will be utilized as the design and art begins.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Bootsy Collins to Bring the Funk...University

Bass players from around the world will have the opportunity to get a higher education of sorts through the musical wisdom of Bootsy Collins. As Professor of Funk University, Bootsy will be providing weekly lectures to a student base of intermediate to advanced players through video. Assistant Professors will also be on hand through video exercises and lessons that accompany the weekly address from Professor Collins. The Funk University comes from notorious creativity house SceneFour in downtown Los Angeles. The school is located at

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A personal tribute to fans, Angelo Moore marks 30 years with 100 canvases. Los Angeles, CA – After 30 years of making music, Fishbone’s lead singer is paying homage to his fans in a highly personalized way, through the creation of massive fine art. Moore’s art premiere is ambitious, 100 gigantic original contemporary canvases, a recreation of The Last Supper, featuring the singer portraying all 13 figures in the pieces. The concept behind bringing iconic musicians to the fine art world comes from notorious creativity house SceneFour ( Located in downtown Los Angeles, SceneFour has spent the better part of five years splitting time between providing conceptual and design for an impressive roster of A-list companies like Al Gore’s Current TV, MTV-U, and even the Game Show Network along with projects for Nine Inch Nails, The Metric, Sigur Ros, the Pixies and Beck. SceneFour began the “musician-turned-fine artist” project focused on inviting accomplished guitar players to create with them. Hence, to launch the series, the company worked with longtime client heavy metal guitar icon George Lynch on a series of large canvases. Lynch’s series quickly found an audience and all 100 pieces that were available were reserved in weeks. Quickly, the vision moved beyond guitar players, as SceneFour invited rock figures with intriguing personalities to create. As for Moore’s art series, the project serves as a unique tribute to his fan base around the world with each piece containing original elements to insure one-of-a-kind status. 100 in the total collection are currently available at
For more information on The Legacy of Ten fine art series, contact SceneFour at 213-742-9862.

Impact Drug Rehab covered on

Long time client of Scenefour, Impact makes the headline on The article, "Using dentists as dope dealers" helps reveal a major problem in the United States.Read the full story