This Thursday the 3rd of December, the 55DSL London’s Flagship Store in Newburgh Street is for the second time home of Pic+Mix, the new series of art exhibitions curated by Intercity for 55DSL, working this time with the Monorex.
The first show (blogged here) featured the work from graphic designer Sanderson Bob who chose to work with blacksmith Sam Sherbone. This Thursday's show will see experimental graffiti artist Chu take over the space and he has chosen to work with fellow artist and illustrator Disco Teck, using the tools of their trade, aerosol vs. marker pen, to give a 360 degree installation that will seriously turn your head!
The show will run at the 55DSL Flagship Store, 10A Newburgh Street, from 4 to 24 December
Studio55 | 10A Newburgh Street | London W1F 7RN
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