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Artist Slumpy Kev Channels Childhood Cartoons for Pop-Up Art Show

‘Courage the Cowardly Dog,’ ‘One Piece’ and more.

NY-based creative @SlumpyKev has attracted masses on social media for his hand-painted creations of 2000s-era cartoon characters. Now, the emerging artist is set to display his life-size sculptures, paintings, as well as repurposed Supreme x NY Post prints featuring beloved characters from Courage the Cowardly Dog; Ed, Edd n Eddy; and Japanese manga characters from One Piece. Accompanying the artworks is a series of hand-painted apparel and accessories ranging from $30 – $3,000 USD.

The pop-up art exhibition will be open to the public at Depop Space LA this February 15. For more unique creations, check out this week’s Best Art Drops.

Depop Space LA
3531 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

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