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Urban Uprising Art Gallery
Stupidkrap provides emerging and established urban art to a strong following on line. How, in conjunction with Urban Uprising Gallery they present Pop Rocks, an inspiring and refreshing body of work. Its tasteful but humorous Lowbrow style includes graffiti and protest art, Japanese erotica and pop surrealism with taboo, unconventional, and rebellious themes and extreme doses of originality and experimentation in terms of its content. Not a disappointment, this show is a colour explosion, a visual ecstasy tablet, with a huge local following; it is an exciting glimpse of local Australian talent set in a fantastically positioned gallery space.