Revok "Sacrilege" Print Release TODAY To Support The Detroit Beautification Project
In recent years Detroit has been transformed from the derelict ruinous capital of the rust belt to a destination with one of the most lively, exciting, and active graffiti scenes in the world. And we ain’t seen nothing yet! The Detroit Beautification Project aims to bring some of the biggest and best international graffiti writers to town to paint large scale murals throughout the Motor City.
1xRUN worked with Revok on a giclee print dropping TODAY titled “Sacrilege” with proceeds from the sale going to support The Detroit Beautification Project. Our friends at 1xRUN gave 12ozProphet readers an exclusive first look at the new print. Scroll down to check out the work and to read the official statement.
CLICK HERE to head to the 1xRUN website where Revok’s “Sacrilege” print is available for purchase now!
REVOK, Montana Cans, The Seventh Letter and 1xRUN present: The Detroit Beautification Project
As the chill of winter has given way to the warm hues of spring here in Detroit, we’re excited to unveil our most recent public arts project that will bring over a dozen of the world’s premier graffiti artists into the city for a series of murals in the neighborhoods that need them the most.
To coincide with the first phase of the project we’re excited to release a series of prints with several of the participating artists including RISK, SEVER, STEEL, REYES, DMOTE, WANE, CES, REVOK, Tristan Eaton, Dabs Myla, 123 Klan and POSE.
For the first RUN of the Detroit Beautification Project we’re excited to present our very first print by REVOK. His vision for the Detroit Beautification Project is to uplift communities and brighten the day of the residents of the great City of Detroit.
We are presenting this never before seen image of a piece REVOK created in a now demolished church back in 2009 during his first visit to Detroit. In what is commonplace in the world of graffiti & street art, an artist will go to great lengths creating a piece of work in certain location, only to have the works lifespan cut short by city clean up crews, over zealous and mentally disturbed vigilantes or rival artists… Or in this case a demolition wrecking ball. The work often lives on only in the documentation of a few, or in this case one image.