I first discovered that Be Free was collaborating with Erin Green when I interviewed Be Free last year for Vandalog. I’m excited to hear that they are having their first show together, ‘Monster and the Girl’ at Egg Gallery in Collingwood.
The video below shows the girls painting the piece featured on the flyer below.
I’m looking forward to seeing what the girls have come up with for the show. The characters on the flyer are super cool, and I hope its a hint of what’s to come at the show. I’ve also been loving their work together on the street – their playful characters and walls are always well chosen. The show opens on the 8th of February and runs through to the 22nd, details below!
Be Free and Erin Greer
Be Free and Erin Greer (Photo courtesy of allthoseshapes)
Be Free & Erin Greer – Monster and the Girl (Photo courtesy of allthoseshapes)
Who: Be Free and Erin Greer
What: Monster and the Girl exhibition
Where: 66a Johnston st, Collingwood
When: Opening 6-9pm Friday February 8th and runs until February 22nd.
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