For the celebration of the Dunk 23rd Anniversary, I collaborated with Niel Bedford & Carrie Mundane to produce 23 illustrated photographic life size portraits exhibited by Nike in a pop up exhibition in Brick Lane, East London.

Celebrating the art of self-expression and 23 years of the iconic Dunk basketball sneaker, Nike Dunk XXIII: Be True brought together 23 of London's most original street culture creatives. The inspired exhibition took place throughout April on east London's Brick Lane. The collection of 23 life size photographic portraits taken by Neil Bedford, curated and styled by Carri Mundane, and touched by the Midas illustrative typography of Kate Moross (not to mention the accompanying documentary by Jason Jules and Amazing Grace) made for a stunning showcase of London's creative forces. The role call of invited individuals spanned notable DJs, designers, skateboarders, artists and collectors - James Lavelle, Afrikan Boy, Fats Shariff and son Che, Zezi and Kesh, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Charlie Crockett, JME and my mans Mubi and Kish. Dazed sat down with Carri and Kate for pizza and chats.
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