“From A to B,” AKB Crew Group Show

Chaka Mkali is a Rhymesayers Entertainment recording artist under the name I Self Divine, as well as one of the founders of the AKB crew. An artist, rapper and community activist, Chaka is a legend and cornerstone of the Twin Cities underground hip hop and graffiti culture.

Sam Parker is a painter and tattoo artist working in Atlanta. Sam’s works in a wide variety of media, styles and subject matters, from worldwide religious iconography, to political satire, to psychadelia. He has recently exhibited works at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, and the MOMUS gallery in Atlanta’s Tula Art Center.

Tony Pugh is a painter and illustrator in New York City, where his last solo show at McCaig Welles gallery completely sold out. Tony’s work is influenced by comic book art, among other things, and deals largely with issues of identity and ethnicity seen through the prism of modern America. His paintings express disenchantment with the American media, government and society as a whole. Tony’s website is www.Logikone.com

Caleb Scott is a painter and show promoter working in the Atlanta area. He’s brought DJ Premier, Biz Markie and Large Professor to Club Django in Atlanta within the last few months. Caleb has sold his artwork internationally; he currently shows at Deljou gallery in Atlanta.

Nils Thorsen is a graphic designer living in San Francisco. He creates paintings based on intense study and refinement of letter forms via graffiti and digital media. His work was featured at the Midwizest show at Stay Gold Gallery in Brooklyn last year.

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