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Da Mental Vaporz Graffiti Art

Graffiti Exhibition | One of my favorite graffiti crews in Europe is – since I met some of them at the Meeting of Styles in London – the French Da Mental Vaporz (DMV) collective including the famous graffiti artists Dran, Bom-K, Brusk, Sowat, Gris, Jaw, Blo (who recently had an exhibition in Berlin), Kan and Iso.

Now this marvellous crew is going to reunite for an exclusive group-exhibition at the GHP in Toulouse…

After 5 years of hard work the guys in GHP are closing the venue. So they invited DMV for an event to be remembered. The gallery will become an anthology of nine artist’s works of art including digital prints, serigraphs, paintings and more. (graffart.eu)

I’m pretty sure, this graffiti exhibition will become a mega-dope event and a must to visit for every fan of extraordinary graffiti characters who wants to see the result of an evolutionary process of graffiti, which combines modern graffiti styles with other, classical techniques!

The opening will take place May 27th, 7pm at GHP in Toulouse.

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