Off-White™'s KM20 Installation Gets a Graffiti Update

Moscow crew A.D.E.D. rework the space.

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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.

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