Boston’s Revolution Hotel Brings Back the Culture of Innovation and Rebellion By Adam&Co

Located at the intersection of Berkeley and Appleton Streets in Boston’s South End, Revolution Hotel evokes Boston’s history within the American Revolution in 1775 through vibrant murals and bold-faced motivational slogans. Artists Tristan Eaton and The Individuals Collective were invited to work with Adam&Co. on the artwork throughout the hotel. Eaton, a California-born graffiti artist, muralist, illustrator, and toy designer, has had works exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, and Museum of Modern Art in New York. A 65 ft. mural by Eaton—his first mural in Boston—commands the center of attention in the hotel’s lobby. The artist did the mural entirely freehand with spray paint. In vivid blacks, reds, and blue, he renders famous Bostonian figures throughout history and pop culture back to life.

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