SYDNEY, Nov 26, 2008 / FW/ — This week Ksubi will host ‘Too Young’ an exhibit by American photographer and friend, Mark Hunter, best known by his pseudonym The Cobrasnake. Mark arrives in Australia today especially to showcase the 200 photos of young girls from The Cobrasnake’s photo blog; shot in London, Paris, LA, New York, Tokyo and Sydney over the last four years.
The photo blog (formerly known as ‘Polaroid Scene’) predominantly chronicles Los Angeles underground party culture (such as Dim Mak parties by American DJ/Producer, Steve Aoki) as well as documenting the high fashion world.
The Blog has risen to intense popularity as an internet phenomenon and has since been featured in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Nylon Magazine, the LA Weekly and a number of other arts, culture, and fashion publications. See www.thecobrasnake.com
Earlier this year, The Cobrasnake asked Ksubi to collaborate on a T-shirt design – a project that caused havoc on-line. The design featured Cobrasnake celebrity Corey Kennedy & the word ‘Vague 1991’ and is now a collectors item on e-bay.
‘Too Young’ exhibit will be showing:
Sydney November 26th, 6pm at Ksubi’s Bondi Beach Store
“City of the Dead” 82 Gould St, Bondi 2026
Melbourne November 28th, 8pm at Ksubi’s Armadale Store
“The Bombed Mache” 1021 High St, Armadale