Posted by Nick October 26, 2009

Prescription Art invited INSA along with members of Brightons notorious HA graffiti crew and the UK faction of MSK to let loose with their creative skills inside a historic building in the heart of Brighton.

Along with INSA's superb installation (seen in the first pic) were these offerings from ROID and GARY along with ODISY, AROE, MR WANY, NYLON, STORM and GIROE. The exhibition runs for the next 3 weeks so I advise you to get your ass down to Brighton and go check it out at 115-116 Church St, Brighton,

Also coinciding with the show was this exclusive print release from INSA featuring his 'Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places' piece in Chains. The print was produced in 3 colourways and is available from Insa's website here:

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