"Never smile at a Crocodile" is the title of a new exhibition from graffiti artist Rowdy, opening tomorrow night 3rd June at Sartorial Contemporary Art from 6.30.
Rowdy has worked extensively on the streets of London creating his huge trademark crocodiles often collaborate with cohorts Cyclops & Sweet Toof resulting in one of the most widespread bombing campaigns seen in the UK’s capital in the last decade.
This is his first major solo show in a gallery. Expect to see Rowdy’s unique take on urban living and landscape in the form of his legendary boulders, abstract cityscapes and of course the ubiquitous crocs.
Sartorial Contemporary Art | 26 Argyle Square | London | WC1H 8AP
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