John Park Painting Live at Opening of Hello World April 20, 2013

John Park Painting Live at Opening of Hello World April 20, 2013

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Straight to the Freight - with Dytch66

As graffiti continues to evolve and regenerate within the sphere of fine art, it is important to remember its genesis - the public spaces open to claims of heart and reputation, an ever evolving battle for expression. The essence of graffiti is in its public-ness; its unpredictability; its chaos. And, to honor that spirit of claiming and transforming the surfaces of the urban environment, Hello World will feature site-specific works on the surface of freight containers, in homage to the uncontrolled and uncontrollable nature of what the fine art world knows as Street Art.
This is the canvas we're offering to Dytch66 April 20th. WHAT?!?!

This April 20th, Dytch66 goes straight to the freight at Hello World.

A fine artist, muralist and graffiti head of the highest caliber, Dytch66's journey spans from early involvement in the inner circles of graffiti in LA to international acclaim as a muralist and painter of nearly unmatched execution and originality of style. We'll be unveiling the artist's site-specific work at the event April 20th, so stay tuned for more info and video as we kick off an ongoing public art series.

Dytch66 - courtesy of
PS. The week after Hello World opens at The Service Station, you can catch a glimpse of Dytch66's curating talents at the GFA (Graffiti Fine Arts) Showcase in Los Angeles April 27th. Featuring an international line up of renowned artists from the US, Brazil, France, the UK and Japan presenting works on the sky high concrete walls of the Graff House. GFA events started in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and showcase graffiti murals, installations, sculpture, canvases and live painting. You can find out more here.

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