It’s hard not to recognise: everywhere you walk in Amsterdam, you see construction and renovation projects, decked out with temporary wooden walls covered in graffiti, posters, stickers and more. The most surprising thing on these sites? Poetry. Small lines, bits of wisdom and thought-provoking ramblings sprinkle the recycled wooden walls, all accompanied by an unmistakable signature: Laser 3.14
Having spent more than 15 years creating poetry in the street, Laser’s name is inseparable from any conversation about urban art in the ‘Dam. Now for this exhibition, in collaboration with The Garage Gallery, he’s decked out The Hoxton, Amsterdam with his works on wood, in which he reclaims wood from the streets, bringing the outdoors in by transforming the raw materials into striking art objects.
Now, just before the exhibition wraps up, we've got some drinks in honour of the release of the limited edition piece 'I Owe The Night,' dedicated to the vibrant night life in the 'Dam. Even better: Laser himself will be making a rare appearance for some drinks and to sign new works. You DON'T want to miss out.