Monta Street, the original street soccer brand, is pleased to be collaborating with Edgar Davids and The London Police on the world’s first international Co – canvass exhibition at the 5and33 gallery in the art’otel Amsterdam.
As a teenager in the 90’s, Edgar Davids fell in love with art, street soccer, and Feudal Japan. Before becoming a global football ICON, he always already considered a Street Soccer Legend. During this period he was also a member of the Amsterdam graffiti scene. Exploring his young creative mind that set the base for becoming an art collector.
David’s longstanding affinity with art remained a never-ending source of inspiration throughout his 20 plus year career. Eventually leading him to become a photographer and the initiator and creative director of the original street soccer brand, Monta.
The London Police, a group of artist that explored the depths of their friendship and translated this into their artwork, are real phenomena in the world of street art with never-before-seen artworks and iconic details.
To celebrate this collaboration, Monta Street will launch its first co – canvass ball as an exhibition. The Sober 10 year anniversary show with several top street artists including The London Police will be open during the launch of the Co – canvass ball of Monta Street. The launch of the Co – canvass ball as an exhibition will be showcasing different parallel perceptions of artistic lifestyles that have sequenced together. The collaboration will also contribute to charity organization Parc Des Reves, an initiative that supports youngsters all over the globe through building playgrounds and social projects.
5and33 gallery in the art’otel Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade 33, 1012 TM Amsterdam