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Buckham Gallery x "Graphic Integrity"


So thanks to the honorable sir James Thigpen Jr, I got the chance to be a part of the "Graphic Integrity" showcase at the Buckham Gallery in Downtown Flint last night. It was a great experience seeing how people responded to my artwork. The only other show I had been in was The Dirty Show so this was a change of pace (ya know, since apparently kids could come to the gallery). It was real humbling to just be around a lot of great art so I was just honored to be in the show. In the end, people really liked what they saw and I ended up selling two pieces (the "Dilla" and "RED" joint).

The exhibit will be up until August 3rd, so if you're around Flint you can always stop by and check it out for yourself.

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