High Roller Society teams up with Cirque du Soleil to launch a brand-new art project called SAFEWALLS. On the first leg of a worldwide tour SAFEWALLS will stop over in London for 3 days ONLY, featuring original works and limited edition prints by British artists Sweet Toof, Jon Burgerman and Glenn Anderson.
The Safewalls project celebrates Cirque du Soleil’s roots—the street—as well as the creative freedom and raw energy associated with street arts by pairing up with artists all over the world to create art posters inspired by its shows. These art posters will be exhibited around the world on a 12-month tour, and limited edition prints of the works will be available for sale via High Roller Society and a dedicated website: www.safewalls.org
The show opens 17 Febrauary, 7 — 10pm and will run for 3 days only before moving onto the next city. On the night, original work will be shown and limited-edition prints of the posters created by the artist will be available for sale at the gallery.
HIGH ROLLER SOCIETY | 10 PALMERS ROAD | LONDON E2 0SY
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