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Yesterday, we went to the Brooklyn Museum KAWS exhibit! If you have a free day, visiting a museum with the fam is always a good idea.
“WHAT PARTY,” curated by Eugenie Tsai, includes 167 objects in total. It begins with Donnelly’s early street work, which is the most interesting on view. By the late ’90s, he had landed on his visual language, trading in his lettered tag for a cartoon figure with X-ed out eyes and puffy crossbones plunged through its skull, which he applied to fashion ads in phone booths and bus shelters around New York. If you want to visit, get your tickets here.
Don’t miss it! It’s only available until September 5, 2021.
Check out some of our photos below.