Draw A Line in Berlin just made a new screen print together with Pablo Tomek! The young French artist comes from a background that many graffiti artists share. As a kid growing up in the western suburbs of Paris he saw the tags on the street and the bombing on the trucks and soon after put his name there too. Not so many years later, Tomek is internationally known for his extraordinary handstyle, his commitment to the graffiti culture and his part in the six-piece Parisian crew PAL (Peace And Love). In early 2014 he had his first show as an independent artist alongside Erosie at Galerie Celal in Paris and successfully sold everything. He’s a classic graffiti writer pulling a new-age perspective of fine art behind him and he’s going places with his work that we want to follow. Info: 5 color screen print, 300g Munken Premium Cream, Limited Edition of 3050 x 70 cm (19.7 x 27.6 inches) Unframed, Signed and numbered by the artist
An exhibition showcasing a selection of self curated works from a variety of series’ of each artists personal work. Having spent a wealth of time producing ephemeral works together in a wide array of abandoned, derelict and often unloved spaces, the two have developed very distinct and identifiable styles from a melting pot of similar inspirations. The show aims to draw attention to the different outcomes of two individuals who are inspired and immersed in the same subcultures and interests.Showing at The Graffiti Life Gallery, London. Opening 7th August 6:30pm. Showing until 31st August 2014.
For more from the two artists Vents 137 and Darren John click the links.