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House of Vans: Light at the End of the Tunnel

Exhibition Preview

House of Vans: Light at the End of the Tunnel

Exhibition Preview

The Light at the End of the Tunnel sees House of Vans introduce a new interactive exhibition this summer, which will allows visitors to embrace their inner artists as they turn a laser pen into a paintbrush. Trendstop was there at the preview night to check out the buzz behind the laser creations.


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Located in the famous Waterloo Tunnels, the installation features the artists Amara Por Dios, Hatch, Marlarko and Steadhead amongst many other talented illustrators and artists. Extending across a two and three dimensional space, artists demonstrated the technique in a variety of free flowing art murals which showcased their individual interpretations of the space.


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The laser pens acts as an electrical charge, reacting with the techno glow paint on the walls leaving a variety of marks and colours. Certain colours have a greater reaction to the paint like blue and green, with red being less susceptible.


Image: House of Vans

If contemporary art methods are your thing, then this free exhibition is a must see! Don’t be afraid of the dark and leave your mark in the tunnels.

House of Vans: Light at the End of the Tunnel runs from the 4th August – 28th August at the House of Vans exhibition space.

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