Saturday, October 19, 2013


A gallery on Fillmore is a fine way to wonder your day away. Upper Playground's, Fifty24 is a progressive hub of modern, and more often than not, urbane art that is reflective of this Street's changing ways, as well as, the City's continual transformations. Whoever they are, they were quick to highlight the latest David Choe collection, Snowman Monkey BBQ. His "dirty style" is an uncompromising contemporary culmination of the gritty & frenzied existence of what is around us today, I like it. Graffiti artist or not, he has become a showcased figure within this world. He's also the creator of the vinyl figure line Munko, a blind box favorite of the watertrough project. Peep the playground, hit up their gallery and enjoy some urban-centric art.

Peace, eightychoices.

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