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EVENT \\ Exhibition: lost/found

Revolution presents:
lost / found

Verb 2013 Artist Series Range Launch &
lost/found: an exhibition of exploration

Verb Artist Skateboard Range 2013:
Daniel Ting Chong, Gerard Human, Hanno Van Zyl, Jade Klara, Justin Southey, Jaco Haasbroek

And artists:
Paul Senyol, Simon Berndt, Jason de Villiers, Dani Loureiro, Ninja Bread Boy, Motel 7, Justin Poulter, Cassandra Johnson, Nicola De Jager, Matthew Oldfield, Candice Jezek aka Z, Chris Valentine, Michael Dos Ramos.

DJ’s on vinyl from Roastin’ Records
Cash bar

Opening: 28 November 2013, 7 - 10pm
Revolution, The Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock

A portion of proceeds from the evening will go to Milkshed; a not-for-profit business that uses reclaimed wood to create furniture and rebuild schools.

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EVENT \\ Sins of Style - Insider Art

This Friday the 29th of November, Sins of Style will be hosting INSIDER ART, an exhibition of new and original artwork from Tyler B. Murphy, Lee Herbert, Warren Petersen, Wanjuschko Velimirov, Kaptain Cade and Irish James.

Enjoy a few drinks, a relaxed braai snack and check out the artwork on display.

There will be a collection of limited edition individual artist t-shirts for sale on the night.

22 Hope Street, Gardens, Cape Town
FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2013, 3pm - Late…

Please email to let them know you’ll be joining.
sinsofstyletattoo@gmail.com

facebook.com/sinsofstyle
sinsofstyle.com

EVENT \\ Ho! Ho! Ho! Graff Jam

Caps & Cans will be holding a graffiti competition at the old sewerage farm in Kempton Park.

The theme will be Christmas - colours red, green, white etc.

Prizes by Caps & Cans and Redbull for best piece and best character.

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AFRICA \\ More Muro in Senegal (2011)

These 2011 works are a lot more ‘street-arty’…