Recap: Vogue TDK – 'How We Do' at 1AM Gallery in San Francisco

By - Friday, June 14th, 2013

Like many of his fellow graffiti contemporaries, Vogue got his start by producing illegal out-door art that often breathlessly combined aerosol paint with the world around us. In the 80′s he started the skinny cap technique which has become the norm for others looking to create finer detail.Whether it be dangling from a sign high above a freeway or painting a mural on the side of a building, Vogue has continued to develop and evolve his style. His new show entitled How We Do showcases works that look at the streets from the perspective of a hustler’s life — low-riders, spray cans, trains, and city-scapes will pay homage to Vogue’s career and life. More importantly, the works will be done photo-realistically using aerosol on canvas. Expect to see plenty of intricate street life iconography such as train tracks, car culture, and graffiti artists. If you’re in the Bay Area, be sure to stop by 1AM Gallery and check out the show which runs until June 28th 2013.

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