“Cover everything” is the maxim of the internationally acclaimed artist Lefty Out There (Franco Campanella), and this summer he will do exactly that as he takes over de Plume gallery in Hollywood and paints every surface.
Also on display will be screen prints made in collaboration with multiple artists from across the US, including Junk Yard Chicago, Jason M Peterson, Amuse 126, Don't Fret, Louis De Guzman, Still Vika, and Lefthandedwave.
Titled "Omni Modum", the word is the Latin translation for “inclusive” and this show is exactly that. Opening July 21 at de Plume, Los Angeles, the artists will explore the medium of printmaking — infusing each other’s distinctive styles in order to manifest truly unique creations.
Following a successful exhibition in Chicago in June, the show will continue to New York in August. Omni Modum offers a stronger sense of connectivity by linking each cities artistic community together. So join us. Be a part of the movement. Let’s make the world a more awakened place, one experience at a time.
Lefty Out There began his career working primarily within the street art community developing his now globally recognized style. Expanding from his humble beginnings, Lefty has become an influential force within modern street art culture as well as new fine art circles that have risen in the past decade. His lines which once existed in the margins now encompasses large-scale installations, numerous national campaigns and the forefront of virtual creativity. Beyond his native city of Chicago, Lefty’s marks have reached cities all over the US, Europe, and Asia with the ultimate intention to cover everything.