Broken Fingaz 'Sex Picnic' Zine
East London's Redchurch Street was where it was at last month for the launch of Israeli street artists Broken Fingaz new erotic zine Sex Picnic and accompanying exhibition. The multi-coloured risograph zine has been printed by London's Hato Press in an edition of 400 and was only available from the exhibition space on Redchurch street, but a few remaining copies have now been made available online via the artists website. Alongside the standard Sex Picnic zine release the artists produced a boxed edition of the zine which included a limited edition screen print and t-shirt.
The exhibition of Broken Fingaz work is open daily until the 30th July, 12 — 8pm, where you can pick up your copy of the zine .
The Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery (MEN) — 30A Redchurch Street — London — E2 7DP
If you missed the exhibition the guys from Dirtyface were there at the launch of the new zine and captured what went down on the evening in this short film.
For even more Broken Fingaz Crew eye candy, have a look at some of our other features on the blog listed below or head over to our Pinterest page and see what we have been pinning to our Broken Fingaz Board.
Broken Fingaz 'Super Sex' Mural in East London.
Broken Fingaz 'Super Sex 02' Mural in East London.
Broken Fingaz Crew Hit the streets of London.
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