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Friday, May 11, 2007

RackGaki - Japanese Graffiti comes to London

The Stolenspace Gallery in Brick Lane is hosting a free exhibition by some top Japanese graffiti artists until 20th May. Alongside that is the launch of the book, RackGaki which probably means "graffiti", but I forgot to check. This piece was created specially for the show. Other photos are here.

Take yourself down there and you can treat yourself to a proper burger from the cafe at the top of the road.

posted by Ham at 00:17 -- Comments here: 6

Comments on "RackGaki - Japanese Graffiti comes to London"


Blogger Cheltenhamdailyphoto said ... (00:38) : 

Goodness how long would that have taken? I appreciate the work but i don't like the design.


Blogger Olive said ... (03:58) : 

I like the expression on his face. And the moustache just makes it perfect!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (08:05) : 

I want to make a graffiti at home also :) You know how much cost the work ?


Blogger jeremyDP said ... (21:25) : 

this one is superb (I hope they won't erase it ;-)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (19:08) : 

just to let'cha now , it's Rakugaki not Rackgaki. just thought i would let you know


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (19:10) : 

P.S. Rakugaki roughly means "scribble" or "doodle"


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