The Alife x Uhuru Private Property exhibition presents vandalism as works of art. The exhibition will be set up for sale during New York Design Week where you can purchase a piece of these innovative artworks.
Private Property brings together "high-end sustainable furniture design and downtown New York graffiti culture" with graffiti artists such as EARSNOT, SEMEN and JIM JOE. Uhuru is a contemporary furniture manufacturer so the works feature unique furniture displays fused with the idea of vandalism. The result is the Alife x Uhuru Private Property exhibition that demonstrates how defacing property can give a unique design to traditional works.
The exhibition celebrates how graffiti does not always have to be a bad thing and can actually put a creative spin to design.
The Alife X Uhuru Private Property Exhibition is Destroyingly Awesome
1. Vandalous Art - Combining art and vandalism to create unique, disruptive works.
2. Upcycled Furniture - Incorporating graffiti and street art into sustainable furniture design.
3. Alternative Design - Challenging traditional design with unconventional materials and techniques.
1. Furniture Manufacturing - Exploring new ways to incorporate street art and graffiti into sustainable furniture design.
2. Street Art - Embracing the mainstream art world and finding new ways to collaborate with designers and furniture makers.
3. Event Planning - Creating unique, immersive experiences that challenge traditional ideas of art and design.