Emilski — Chicken Beef Exhibition
Off setting the imagery used on the incomparable monopoly of fried chicken stores with gang culture Emilski creates a humorous and resonant parody of London’s day to day, grittier edge. Highlighting the competition and rivalry between fast food businesses displays the beating heart of London’s broadways in a fresh and innovative way.
Topsafe London was launched in 2009 as an online gallery that focused on publishing exclusive works by artists with a background in graffiti. The Emilski show is the first of a number of new projects they plan to launch between now and Christmas. The show opens tonight Wednesday 14 July 18:00—22:00
Tokyo Fixed Gear | 4 Peter Street | Soho | London W1F 0AD
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