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Co-Prosperity Sphere

Exhibition Detail
“Can’t Grow Up!”
Curated by: Luke Pelletier
3219 South Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60608


February 18th, 2012 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
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Ever since So-Cal artist Wes Humpston started drawing on skate decks back in the 70’s, skateboarding and art have become inseparable. Wes Humpston helped create an aesthetic that skateboarders and adolescents could identify with. Since then, nearly every skateboard has been printed with art that varies in both content and style. From designers and printmakers to videographers and painters, skateboarding has attracted a variety of young and creative minds that push boundaries and create new things with raw and unfiltered enthusiasm.

“Can’t Grow Up!” is a ‘zine release exhibition of artists that are involved in skate culture.


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