Vapour Trail Series: SheOne [Video]

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End of the Line begins its Vapour Trail Series with a short visual which displays SheOne‘s popular abstract paintings.

Finding his way in London’s graffiti culture during the ’80s, SheOne has produced a collection of tangible work that includes collaborations in fashion, toy making and spray cans.

Filmed by Toby Summerskill and 303db with music by Masters of Reality, this premiere piece comes from a series of short visuals focusing on the world’s more renown street-to-gallery artists.

Check out the video below!

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