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Bom.k at Known Gallery

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Confusions opens at Known Gallery on Saturday night featuring the work of internationally renowned French graffiti artist Bom.k. From his experience on the streets of Paris in Da Mental Vaporz crew, Bom.k created his signature style of painting monsters, dark urban scenes, and twisted visages. Show closes January 25.

Questions With A Visitor: FUZI UV TPK

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French graffiti writer and tattoo artist FUZI UV TPK is a veteran writer who dominated the trains and subways of Paris for more than a decade. He is known for his “ignorant style” art and unique flash designs, which can be found in his books Ma Ligne and Flash Tattoo Collection N°1. To create an experience as memorable as the tattoo, FUZI’s sessions teke place in unusual locations, such as subway tunnels, streets, and art galleries. Last summer, he transformed New York’s The Hole Shop into a tattoo studio for a day of free ink, courtesy of Citizens of Humanity, and recently FUZI made headlines when he tattooed actress Scarlett Johansson in Paris. FUZI made his first trip to Los Angeles earlier this month–and we had the opportunity to chat with him about his visit.

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