Urban Artist Soap (aka Adam Klodzinski) is proud to announce he will be staging a unique event for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund UK on Wednesday 29 April 2015.
This summer at London West Bank, SOAP has his first major exhibition of hyperrealist paintings of icons such as Dizzee Rascal, Plan B and Jamie Campbell Bower. SOAP was born Adam Klodzinski in Poland in 1981. Inspired by the golden age of New York graffiti he took huge risks to learn his craft spraying trains and walls in Northern Poland. After joining the B2 crew he began to receive commissions for murals, expanding the graffiti culture in Poland that now sees local councils supporting mural projects both legally and financially.
SOAP Aka Adam Klodzinski, is a graffitti artist born in Bydgoszcz in Poland and is the artist dujour for an upcoming exhibition in London’s West Bank Gallery in June.
SOAP started spraying walls and trains in his teen years using car spray, which was all there was at the time. As he matured so did his style and he went on to spray painting murals and portraits of recognizable icons. His work didn’t just get city authorty attention it got the art worlds attention. And SOAP went from tagger to art sensation which has led to his first major exhibition/show next month at The West Bank Gallery in London starting June 11th.
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“And when the paper and pencils weren’t enough for him anymore, he started spray-painting school walls, abandoned train carriages and buildings.”