Exhibition – Gent 48 – Some Art What I Did – The Vic – Abbotsford – Melbourne

SDM‘s new member Gent has been absolutely killing it since coming to Melbourne. His pieces and characters are so tight with amazing detail and colour. This should be an awesome show, can’t wait to see his work!
Check out this recent video ‘from birm to burn’ by artygraffarti.

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Gent 48 – Some art what I did

From the press release “In March 2013 The Vic will be hosting Gent 48 exhibition “Some art what I did”.
Gent 48 is an underground English graffiti writer and budding illustrator travelling through Melbourne.
Since his arrival in September he has left his mark on the city by painting regularly and becoming the newest member of the legendary
Melbourne crew SDM.
Gent 48 is constantly striving to evolve his style and techniques in the rare skill set of both characters and letters and although his characters are fictitious he finds inspiration in the people and world around him.
His latest work draws influences from the sites of Melbourne, in particular St Kilda where he currently resides.
48 / Forty Eight is an anagram of Toy Fighter, a crew started by Gent about ten years ago in Birmingham, the birth place of heavy metal and also of Gent.
We’ll be launching at The Vic on Wednesday 6th March from 5pm with drink specials and a DJ set from Sammy the Bullet.”
Who: Gent 48
What: Some art what I did
Where: The Vic - 281 Victoria St, Abbotsford
When: Wednesday 6th March from 5pm
Facebook event page here.
Video courtesy of artygraffarti.

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Luke McManus is an IT project manager by day, and by night (and any other spare time he gets) a street art and graffiti fan, collector and photographer. Luke has been interested in street art since the explosion in Melbourne in the mid 2000s, in particular stencils and paste ups. Since then Luke has always been a keen follower Melbourne’s street art and graffiti scene and of street art worldwide. Luke’s purpose for documenting and blogging about street art and graffiti is to share with the world the amazing talent in the street art and graffiti scene in Melbourne (and sometimes from other parts of Australia).

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