Off-White™'s KM20 Installation Gets a Graffiti Update
Moscow crew A.D.E.D. rework the space.
Moscow’s KM20 recently opened the doors to its new megastore, filled with installations from the likes of Gosha Rubchinskiy and Heron Preston. One of the standout features of the new three-story space was Off-White™‘s semi-translucent ancient temple made of metal structures and blue netting. The “TEMPLE” has now been reworked by A.D.E.D., a Russian graffiti group. The new space features tags all over the structure, with everything from the space itself to the blue concrete plinths graffitied.
Take a look at the newly tagged space above. The Off-White™ x A.D.E.D. installation is the latest stage of KM20’s celebration at moving to a new location, with the store also collaborating with the likes of Gosha Rubchinskiy, IDEA Books and 424 over recent weeks.