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Pull up to Kulture Hub x Pryme Agency’s launch in BK – it’s lit!

Can’t make it to Miami Art Basel this year?

Pull up to the IMAGE Gallery in Brooklyn this Friday, Dec. 7 where Kulture Hub will link up with Chicago-based PRYME Art Agency for their official launch and to celebrate the next generation of artists refining their craft in NYC.

PRYME’s introduction was long overdue and heading the artsy agency stands Darrius Ford aka King Spray Kid. For him, it’s always been about “execution before excuses.” That’s how he and his team of creatives continue to win and progress.

With PRYME, Ford looks to connect all to the culture. He said,

“The importance of PRYME is to merge the urban art and culture into the fine art market and instill the importance of art history, art as a lifestyle, a way of living, and a business…”

The event, for sure, will be one hell of a showcase as Torres Familia, Pisco El Gobernador, Smojo, and Lazarus Naturals helped us create a memorable experience.

Along with some drank and a great crowd, artists showcasing their work will be a mix of photographers, spray painters, surrealists, abstract thinkers, and clothing designers.

Like Setor Tsikudo…


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SZA | December 2017

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Club Bum…




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Muse: @Missblanco__ Apparel: checkered tights & mesh jersey 📸:

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Jaki Jacobs…


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Can’t understand it , if you didn’t live through it 👮🏻‍♂️🐷❌

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And Man Made.


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Besides the several artists that will have their works on display, Ford will create a custom art piece in real-time. Complimenting the vibes there will also be a live performance by artist Manze.

Trust, that you won’t leave the event empty-handed as we have a lot in store for those who make it including dope giveaways and a live screen printing station where attendees will be able to create their own merchandise.

It’s simple, OG. Just pull up and have fun because what’s better than great art, some drank, good vibes, good people, free stuff, and an awesome experience? Absolutely nothing!

So, before it’s too late RSVP, here, homie.

FYI: Peeping this art is free.