2015 treated us well at Pitch. We worked on some amazing and challenging projects and built a cohesive team we shaped by working hard to define our values. We’ve also matured on so many levels. If there were a key word to define 2015 it would be “gratitude” and we have plenty to give.
About our values, we believe that it’s crucial that you not only find time to do work you are personally passionate about, but to also support others whose work moves you. With this in mind, we commissioned Ricky Watts, our favorite muralist, to paint an entire wall in our studio. We gave Ricky total free rein and asked only that he do whatever he wanted on the wall. To go crazy: He did just that. The work is an amazing example of allowing artists to have their creative autonomy. Sure, sometimes we need constraints, but even with constraints, artists need to be trusted. Our most successful projects are the ones where we’ve had creative autonomy and full trust from our clients.
Ricky created this mural in 3 days entirely freehand with spray cans. One of the most rewarding aspects about this work is that we get to experience it every day we come to work. Not only an amazing piece of creative inspiration, but the satisfaction knowing that we were able to support another artist to create this. Ricky detonated a rainbow for us. Thanks Ricky.