A Dying Breed art collective Presents: Detention.
Icy an Sot
Dice the God
Schools out but we didnt pay attention to the teacher and drew pictures in class… and on the walls too. Now we’re all in detention. Lucky for us we have some friends joining us for this pop-up graffiti/ street art show!
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