Rather than wasting young talented painters to a life of crime and countless warrants for their arrests. Why not give them a creative challenge and a platform to start a serious career?
This gallery shows the artworks of a young talented painter called PANIK. He is part of a notorious rooftop graffiti crew known as ATG (Ahead’a The Game) which has been wanted by the police for many accounts of vandalism. However, he seems to genuinely want to make a positive change of career and the Pure Evil Gallery situated in East London has just launched the young artist’s first solo show, ‘PANIK.’
The artworks are bright and vibrant with an urban energy and edge that has been fostered through many years on the streets balancing on rooftops. I think it is a really positive thing to give troubled youth a chance to prove themselves, and in the case of PANIK I wish him a good shot a creative career.
Oh, I really love the "I Heart LDN" print as well. It is a strong take on the iconic I heart NYC print. Wouldn’t it look cool on a tee shirt?
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