Down the street from the My Little Pony Project was New York based graffiti artist Indie 184’s solo show, Go Hard! A backroom experience to view and purchase Indie’s latest artwork and merchandise. Hosted in the cute but quaint Munky King Gallery, Indie created a space filled with bright art pieces, drinks, and a dj playing all the right tunes for visitors to enjoy as she got down on a few customers’ black books.
She set up a small pop up shop with products from her line, Kweenz Destroy. Photos from her recent photo shoot with artist Maluca were posted on the walls above some of her clothing and vinyl toys for sale.
Indie 184’s art pieces spoke volumes on women empowerment whether it be through her use of bold prints and loud colors, or the images of strong women like Frida Kahlo plastered right in between layers of paint. She accompanied these images with words of inspiration like, “Be Free” and “Own Your Power.”
Lastly, we can’t forget about her pony entry that oh-so nicely greeted us at the store entrance; a bright bodied pony with dyed neon hair, ribbons, and glitter to match. Easily a favorite from the entire collection.
- Philadelphia Museum of Art: Frida Kahlo
- My Little Pony Project 2012
- Indie x 1XRUN Limited Edition Prints
- She’s Got Sole: Dee & Ricky, UNDFTD and Stance Vinyl Sneaker Figures
- Ralph Lauren and the Pink Pony Fund