Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery Holiday Pop-up Shop at Scrapyard NYC feat. Lady K Fever
The Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery will be hosting a one-day Holiday Pop-up Shop on Saturday November 23rd, 2019, from 12 pm to 8 pm at Scrapyard NYC, 300 West Broadway, New York, NY (A, C, E train to Canal Street)
This one-day Pop Up Shop will feature lady K-Fever’s NYC Dept. of Sanitation Recycling Art truck on display and is the official launch of The Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery’s “I love Graffiti” Clothing Series: NYC Graffiti Kings and Graffiti Herstory. Featuring limited edition printed shirts, hoodies, tote bags, mugs and accessories as well as original artworks, handmade bags and jewelry.
NYC Sanitation’s ‘Recycle so the Future can smell the flowers too’ Art Truck will be on display
About the Host: Lady K Fever is a New York graffiti and street artist, arts educator, Hip Hop journalist, and the founder/ director of The Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery: a grassroots independent public art project founded in 2014 creating outdoor galleries, exhibitions and workshops that feature Bronx based graffiti artists as a way to combat the negative stigma of graffiti and of The Bronx.
More on the I love Graffiti Clothing series: This clothing series is dedicated to empowering men and women (boys and girls) featuring design collaborations with legendary graffiti writers and Hip-Hop artists.
Graffiti Herstory clothing series is a response to Women supporting Women featuring sayings like Graffiti Women Inspire, I Love Graffiti Queens and more... This series is fun loving approach to raise awareness, show love, equality and support to the global female graffiti community The Graffiti Herstory series was originally created in 2016 to celebrate female graffiti artists and has grown into an online platform supportive space that all graffiti girls, women, ladies & queens are recognized for their blood, sweat and tears.
NYC Graffiti Kings: is a New Series to honor the male community of graffiti writers and artists.
Flyer design: The Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery
Subway Photo Credit: Alexander Baxevanis