Because playing with food shouldn’t be limited to the McDonald’s ball pit, there’s this:
Introducing All You Can Eat, a first-ever exhibit of wildstyle fast food graffiti, starting this weekend at a gallery near you.
We’re talking 20 mattress-sized canvases featuring bubble-lettered hot dogs, burgers, fries, and popsicles — all from Tilt, a Toulouse-bred artist who’s perhaps best known for his delicious photographs of models and graffiti (including his lingerie-wearing girlfriend).
Also on hand: video installations, including his classics with The Big Addict, plus sculptures.
This is Tilt’s first solo show at the Fabien Castanier Gallery — his first being last spring’s French Invasion exhibit, featuring France’s top street artists.
He’s been busy since, having decorated a room at the Au Vieux Panier Hotel in Marseille, and tagging walls from Atlanta to the Philippines.
The opening reception this Saturday includes live music.
Also: hot dogs. The kind you can actually eat.
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