When you take a broken socialite, a handful of street artists and throw them into a trendy King St. West venue specializing in China’s national sport – what happens?
Sheer genre-defying magic happens – in the form of a devastatingly hip arts and culture party featuring the work from Torontonian graffiti artists with Broken Social Scene’s Brendan Canning spinning the likes of De La Soul.
For a short but sweet two hours, VIP guests got competitive on table tennis courts while sipping on pints of Hop City draft or mason jars of SPiN Toronto’s specialty cocktail – a whiskey sour with Canadian Club topped off with their house wheat beer.
Missed the opening? The Plywood exhibit is on SPiN Toronto’s walls until early October and as keen supporters of the city’s underground art scene, SPiN curates a new gallery every three months.