Art Plug Trap House
Rolling Loud 2018

In 2018, Marcel Katz with The Art Plug and Rolling Loud founder Matt Zingler teamed up to bring art to the world’s largest hip hop festival for the first time.

The Art Plug Trap House was a 3,000 square foot space on the Rolling Loud festival grounds, packed with unique artwork and installations by a lineup of 7 artists; They transformed the area into an interactive, insta-worthy exhibit with disruptive and REAL art.

Artist Nychos live painted his 1 of 1 piece “Dissection of Rhino” inside the Trap House tent. Limited edition prints of the painting he created at Rolling Loud were released after the festival through Art Plug Gallery.

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STILLZ x LeftyOutThere

Artist LeftyOutThere complimented photographs captured by STILLZ featuring iconic artists who have performed at Rolling Loud.

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Artist SomeHoodlum created a unique, life-sized art installation for the Art Plug Trap House. The installation included a Migos Stir Fry and a giant, one-of-a-kind Nerds® box.

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Artist CB Hoyo was the artist behind the Art Plug Trap House art installation, along with a neon art wall. Guests were free to walk around and interact with the exhibition in various ways, making for the perfect photo opportunities.

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Shawn Kolodny created unique pill bottles for the Rolling Loud festival, where visitors were able to step inside and snap a quick photo.

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Festival-goers snapped selfies in front of a money wall covered in dozens of chrome and gold money bags by Zevi G.

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