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Special Edition Cans from Montana Colors released in conjunction with the new "BEYOND THE STREETS" show opening in Los Angeles. Artists include: Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and André Saraïva.
Keith Haring (1958-90) was one of the most renowned young artists of urban culture in the 1980s.
Inspired by the graffiti artists whose work covered the New York subway cars, Haring began drawing white chalk on the black paper that covered the blank billboards. The subway was, as Haring said, a "laboratory" to implement his ideas. Prior to his death, Haring founded a foundation by his name to preserve his heritage and help organizations fight AIDS.
Keith Haring died in New York City in February 1990 at the age of 31.
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Featuring a retrospective look at the healthy Adelaide graffiti scene from the early 90's through to the early 2000's
Usual all the suspects of the era including crews - 73A, JBL, Nasty Artists, RCF, TDC and more..
Posted 15 November 2018
Exhibitions, General News
Tags: Adelaide Graffiti, Adelaide Street Art, Cold Krush, Adelaide, Street Art, Graffiti Art, Abstract, Design, Graffiti Workshop, Paint, 3rd Degree, Street Dreamz, 3rd, Shane Cook, Painter, Contemporary Art, Adelaide Events, Balakookaburra, Adeiaide Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Art
Recent work for Freestyle Session 2018, Australia, by Tarns One & Orbs of Nasty Artists.
Speacial thanks to MTN Australia for sponsoring the event!
Cold Krush Store/Gallery presents 'ACETATE' - A Film Noir inspired Art Exhibition.
A collection of new works contributed by a select group of local and interstate artists, exploring the classic period of Film Noir - think stylish Hollywood crime drama, with a focus on cynical and sexual motivations, with a touch of pessimism, fatalism and menace.
Opening night to take place at Mr Goodbar, 12 Union Street, Adelaide.
Our latest work for Spalsh Adelaide, this mural was completed on the side wall of T2 Rundle Street in Adelaide's East End. Inspired by their surroundings, Tarns and Tayla decided to bring a slice of the Adelaide Hills to the heart of the city for their apptly titled piece 'Country Out Of The Girl'.
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