Art Work by Pufferella &
Ad Deville of Skewville
December 5 – December 28, 2008
Holiday Specials will include:
* Bigger pieces at better prices
* Discounted art from the skewville archives
* Special Guest video and music performance
In the Front Room:
Ad Deville is the co-founder of Skewville, widely know for his street art and sneaker mission, “when dogs fly”. DeVille has been making art his whole life. From doing graffiti in the 80s, to graphic design in the 90’s then spending the last decade evolving the skewville style with sculpture, painting, stamping, silkscreening and mixed media . In this Show
Ad DeVille focuses on his personal work which portrays his urban lifestyle with the effects of living in brooklyn.
In the Back Room:
Pufferella has been making Fabric creations since 2002 and has been involved with the Skewville missions even longer. In the past, her work mostly focused on moving fabric sculptures. For this show she presents a new series of 2d fabric art pieces. Her work deals mainly with sexual relations and the afterthoughts.
Factory Fresh is located at 1053 Flushing Avenue between Morgan and Knickerbocker, off the L train Morgan Stop
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