GRAFFITI0008 - Get Comfy
GRAFFITI0008 - Get Comfy
GRAFFITI0008 - Get Comfy
GRAFFITI0008 - Get Comfy
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GRAFFITI0008 - Get Comfy

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R 1,800.00
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Size: 40cm x 30cm x 15cm

Description: 100% locally handmade scatter cushion made from a strong durable material, with a front piece of original art hand painted by the incredibly passionate and talented artist, Plank. The cushion inner lining is covered in a soft material with a polyester inner. The back of the cushion folds over to the centre to create a flowing effect that finishes off the cushion beautifully. There are no fasteners on the cushions i.e. zips, buttons, clips, etc.

This price includes FREE DELIVERY anywhere in South Africa.

More about the artist...

Plank got involved in graffiti around the end of 2006 – not knowing the crazy adventure that would follow over the next decade. He had always been interested in drawing realism and lettering from a young age – it was only natural for him to go in such a direction. Graffiti was like an investigation for him, trying to find people that were like-minded, and more importantly finding ways to improve.

While moving towards his adulting years, it became difficult for him to be so active, and he sort of slowed down to almost a halt. But he had always been involved in a creative position through his work life. He was eventually taken on as assistant to Mars in June 2018. This obviously became a great opportunity for him to push what would have only been a dream in the past. In the last 18 months, he's been able to push his graffiti and make a living off of graffiti and art – working with one of the best Johannesburg has seen. 

When it comes to graffiti, he likes to explore the different letter formations and the mysterious fill in combinations. More recently he really enjoys painting more illustrative characters.

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