Ray Ban has made more than sunglasses for the last 80 years, they have crafted a symbol of rebellion. Hollywood heavyweights, and pop culture icons from Bob Dylan to Tom Cruise, prove wearing RayBan glasses means there’s more going on than meets the eye .
Overall brought the cool to Bushwick for the second summer in a row with this mural. Based on the photo series created by famed photographer Steven Klein for RayBan’s 80th Anniversary, this photorealistic portrait of a tattooed model inspires the community to be daring. Our walldogs painted him large-scale, bringing the brand’s campaign up close and personal. This image challenges the viewer to seek adventure fitting to RayBan’s classic aviator frames, and alludes to the notorious travels of Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas .
Nightlife revelers can admire this illuminated mural and take in the deep details of this painting showing it’s cool to wear your sunglasses, even at night.