Shaft: David Ellis And Doze Green

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Doze Green is a pioneer of hip-hop culture. He has been writing graffiti since 1974. A proponent of the fushionstic art movement, his gallery work blends wildstyle technique with metaphysical concepts making his art among the most recognizable and unique in his genre.

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David Ellis is also a celebrated graffiti-turned fine artist. His work is both visceral and cerebral; it ranges from his spray can art reminiscent of psychedelic sound waves to his recent gallery work consisting of highly original multimedia sound installations and sculptural wall scapes. A collaboration between these two undeniably influential New York artists could only result in a larger than life project- Shaft is a site specific project fusing the trademark styles of each artist as they cover a 25 foot elevator shaft from top to bottom creating an epic vertical mural.

Each page shares a part of the elevator shaft as it morphs and connects elements from each artist blending them together in this ambitious celebration of the hidden urban landscape. Comes with a - pull out poster 5.742" x 76" showing the piece in its entirety.

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Author David Ellis / Doze Green
Publisher Upper Playground
Page Count 64pp
Publication Size 9.5 x 6.25
Publication Notes softcover, full color, includes poster
Publication Date 2008
ISBN 978-0979086281

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