DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask
DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask

DAN KITCHENER x Wynwood Walls 'Streets of Neon' ENRO Facemask

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'Streets of Neon' by Dan Kitchener, 2021
Facemask collab. with Wynwood Walls and The Apparel Limited.
Size: Large
6 x 8 Inches (package)
Silkscreened art on ENRO reusable, breathable, filtration layer, machine wash/tumble dry, anti-microbial finish on fabric, water-repellent, 3D comfort fit with adjustable ear loops.
Limited Edition.
Comes new in original, unopened packaging.

ABOUT THE ART

Wynwood Walls has teamed up with The Apparel Limited and enro to produce sixteen custom artist inspired and created designs by 13 Street Artist. Participating artist include AIKO, ABSTRK, BIO, DAN KITCHENER, DAZE, ERNESTO MARANJE, PICHIAVO, QUEEN ANDREA, JOE IURATO KELSEY MONTAGUE, PETER TUNNEY, & SEN2. This is simply the best quality mask on the market now paired with world class art. 

Reusable, Breathable, Filtration layer, Machine wash / Tumble Dry, Anti-microbial finish on fabric, Water Repellent, 3D Comfort fit with adjustable ear loops.

Outer Layer: 100% polyester treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial and water repellent finishes

Filter Layer: Melt Blown Polypropylene (MBPP)

Inner Layer: 100% cotton treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial finish

Ear Loop: 80% nylon, 20% spandex

Stopper: 100% TPE

Nose Bridge: 35% Iron + 65% PE

ARTIST BIO

Dan Kitchener aka DANK is a British artist whose work has a gritty urban theme; taken from everyday life and the surroundings and environment he experiences daily. In his work he uses a variety of mediums, spray paint, paint markers, stencils and paint for canvases. He also produces a lot of digital paintings and illustrations which again follow similar themes, lonely urban landscapes punctuated by flickering, faulty streetlights, high rise flats rising from misty horizons over concrete grey skies.

Kitchener started painting streets when he was teenager, trying out tagging, copying the New York style graffiti he saw on TV and in books.

Without much success, but with the tools available, Halfords car spray paint, he couldn't achieve the level of work he wanted to, and so he put graffiti on the back burner in favor of other techniques. But then, he picked up a can again with renewed enthusiasm and confidence and began his journey that last for over 10 years using the spray can to express himself on huge walls all over the world.