Dec 04, 2017 | By Sara Radin
The White Canvas Project III has taken over a new gallery space in Shoreditch.
Hosted by Supremebeing and Endoftheline, the event featured live screen-printing by Hit and Run, live music and T-shirt giveaways – if you were quick enough (we were!). The space was transformed into a creative hub, exhibiting works from Will Barras, Mr. Penfold, Memuco, Buethewarrior, Guy Mckinley, Jim Vision, Sandra Dieckmann, Chase, Blaine Fontana, Sheone and David Walker, just to name a few. The project brings together street artists to experiment with their surroundings and environments, to show that art does not have to be confined to a wall or canvas.
The exhibition is on until October 18th, so get down there while you can. Or you can find out more on their website, whitecanvasproject.com.
You can also view the T-shirt collection here.
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