Legendary graffiti writer Teach will soon launch his first-ever exhibition in London. The British artist will feature never-before-seen works at maharishi‘s Soho store. Accompanying the pieces is a release of zines, posters, alongside an exclusive capsule collection made in collaboration with the label.
“The works displayed will highlight one of Teach’s signature techniques: his application of paint and corrosive acid on metal panels, to create a unique rust texture; a nod, a connection to his past, a common graffiti technique used to hit subway trains,” said maharishi. “Teach, who has been active since the ’90s and a member of London’s infamous DDS crew, the Kings of the London Underground, has influenced a whole generation of younger writers from his ethos on the culture to his hand style, throw-up’s, trains and consistency.”
The exhibition and capsule collection will launch this December 6 at maharishi’s website and the in-store opening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. GMT. In related stories, take a look at this week’s best art drops.
Maharishi Soho Store
2-3 Great Pulteney St.
Soho, London W1F 9LY, UK