New York based artist Jason Woodside is set to appear at this weekend’s celebration of surf and beach culture, Greenroom Festival 17 in Yokohama.
One of the team of ‘creators and innovators’ at progressive surf brand VISSLA, Woodside will be bringing his trademark brand of contrasting bands, patterns, and shapes in a live art performance to the festival’s iconic Red Brick Warehouse site.
Woodside joins a lineup of artists and creators celebrating surf and beach culture through music, art and film over the weekend of May 20 - 21. Also set to appear at the festival are multi-faceted musician Michael Franti and his Spearhead band and the Grammy-nominated reggae group SOJA (Soldiers Of Jah Army).
Born in Florida in 1982, 34 year-old Woodside currently resides in New York City where he helps to manage and serve up coffee and inspiration at creative art cafe Happy Bones, near New York’s Lower Manhattan district.
Woodside’s past credits include collaborations with Adidas, Colette, and Obey Clothing. His large-scale wall-art has appeared in cities around the world including Paris, Los Angeles, Sydney and, of course, New York.