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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Maya Hayuk Off Haight: Perfect Hair 'Forevers'

Posted By on Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 1:15 PM

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Photos and Words by David Downs

Baltimore native, Brooklyn-based artist Maya Hayuk takes over Fifty24SF this month (click to view a Huyak slideshow), but in a distinctly non militaristic style. It's all pinks and bush and ...

wood and hair and pattern and form. Her art's a little “classic rock punk folk rainbow peace freak out” as her bio would say, which is probably why she's been tapped to design and illustrate posters and record covers for Prefuse 73, Savath and Savalas, Jackie-O Motherfucker, Oakley Hall, Om, and Devendra Banhart.

“Also, under the moniker Open Arms, Hayuk has been making hilarious and poignant holiday tribute music videos with Home-guitarist Andrew Deutsch, including one for the garage rock band Awesome Color,” says her bio, as well.

Her work will be up at Fifty24SF, (right off Haight and Fillmore) through September.

(click to view Maya's slideshow)

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