Arts and Culture

Trekking through RiNo on an Art Safari

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Under this image (t-shirts available at MegaFauna!), we found Renaissance dude Kevin Daviet facing the doorway at at his feng shui-correct DJ station. Kevin designed his kitty wigs logo for the folks who made this book: He's also into screen and linoleum printing, and calls the Denver street artist Frank Kwiatkowski, who's known for his orange traffic cone prints, a mentor. He's even wearing one of Frank's t-shirts:
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