Wat-aah: Taking Back the Streets is an art initiative created by water company, Wat-aah, that celebrated street art while relaying their positive message. The mission behind this is to get kids to drink more water, less sugary drinks and live a healthier lifestyle. The art exhibit was one of those " you had to be there to see it." The artists displayed their work for Wat-aah's mission. The work could be found on the walls and on the water bottles. The attendees included CEO and Founder of Wat-aah Rose Cameron, over 60 artists representing 16 countries, and over 2,000 guests. The exhibition was held at Art Beam in the Chelsea district of NYC.
Check out the work from the exhibition below.
Wataah Street Artists:
Jef Aerosol, Cope2, Stinkfish, Pez, iHeart Stencils, Joe Iurato, Alias, Tona, 3F(#Fountains), JPS, Gustavo Nenano, Zapata, Sipros, Rubin415, Sonni, Kurar, Alessio B, Marshal Arts, Camo, Indie 184, Robert Janz, Ethan Armen, Pau, L.E.T, Razo, Danielle Mastrion, Lexi Bella, HKDNS, Gusbz, Mactruk, Kenny Scharf, Swoon, Haze, Pose, Lady Aiko, Maya Hayuk, Hebru Brantley, Icy & Sot, Jerkface, UR New York, Rafael Sliks, Robots Will Kill, Shepard Fairey, Damien Mitchell, Lichiban, Fumero, Adam Dare, Aniekan Udofia, Chelove, Christophe Roberts, Damon Johnson, Art is Trash, Smurfo, John Paul O'Grodnick, Ment, Kathryn Lynch, Tony Concep, Posh Dog, Vesa, Technodrome1, Trey Speegle, Lina Vinktor, Stephen Palladino, Marcus Jahmal, Alex Blaise, Aaron Ginsberg