Posted by Doug April 25, 2012

Last week southsea based artist my dog sighs opened a solo show at pure evil gallery in east London.  The show entitled “Can Man” features many used crushed cans ranging from small to large with gorgeously done faces on them when placed in the urban environment they appear to peer aimlessly into the vast unknown.  This was a nice little show and I hope to see more work by the artist left around the streets of London.

The show runs from the 19th of April to the 29th of April 2012 at pure evil gallery.

To find out more about this artist go to their site below:

http://www.mydogsighs.co.uk/

 

 

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