In celebration of Bob Dylan's 35th studio album, Tempest, which launched today, NYC creative agency CNNCTD+ was asked to design a series of large-scale murals to promote the record around the city. The crew, lead by CNNCTD+ founder Roman Grandinetti, set out to the Lower East Side to design murals outside of the 'inoteca eatery on Ludlow and the Ken & Cook restaurant on Kenmare. The works are geographically synced with, a website that activates a temporary listening app known as "Sound Graffiti", which allows you to stream tracks from the album.

Complex recently caught up with Grandinetti for an exclusive chat about CNNCTD+ and the agency's involvement with the Tempest displays in NYC. Continue for a an exclusive look at the recent mural designs and words from Roman himself.