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Dave Kinsey’s New Works

Dave Kinsey, the brains behind Blk/Mrkt and a true living legend in the worlds of both design and street art, will be debuting a new body of work this Thursday, September 9th at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York. Following a two year hiatus from the gallery world, Kinsey's return is marked with his impressive layered pieces that, in his words: " I explore emotional and environmental boundaries as I perceive them, in the context of the growing discord between humanity and nature. In the cyclical reality of our physical existence, beauty and death are ultimately dancing partners.” Kinsey recently sent Hi-Fructose an exclusive look at his latest, check it out after the jump.

Dave Kinsey, the brains behind Blk/Mrkt and a true living legend in the worlds of both design and street art, will be debuting a new body of work this Thursday, September 9th at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York. Following a two year hiatus from the gallery world, Kinsey’s return is marked with his impressive layered pieces that, in his words: ” I explore emotional and environmental boundaries as I perceive them, in the context of the growing discord between humanity and nature. In the cyclical reality of our physical existence, beauty and death are ultimately dancing partners.” Kinsey recently sent Hi-Fructose an exclusive look at his latest, check it out after the jump.

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