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03.06.15 Bucky Turco

In January, the founder of French clothing label A.P.C. did something very dumb while showcasing his latest collection. When a group of models came out wearing camel coats and Timberlands, Jean Touitou held up a sign that read: “Last Ni##@$ IN PARIS.” As you can imagine, this didn’t go over well. Neither did his his […]

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06.24.13 Bucky Turco

When French artist Kidult sprayed the word “Art” on the Marc Jacobs store in SoHo using a fire extinguisher filled with hot pink paint last year, the fashion designer responded by taking a photo of the embellishment and turning it into a ridiculously priced t-shirt ($689 to be exact). This didn’t sit too well with […]

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10.02.12 Bucky Turco

“This is a movement, love it or hate it,” says French vandal-auteur KIDULT in a disguised voice about his luxury brand-blasting graffiti escapades during the opening sequence of his short new short film, Visual Dictatorship. As noted by 12oz, “this 13-minute manifesto of sorts” shows “previously unreleased footage” of the fire-extinguisher equipped graffiti writer while […]

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08.31.12 Bucky Turco

French destroyer of luxury brand storefronts, KIDULT, released a 30-second video that appears to be the trailer for a project he’s calling “Visual Dictatorship.” As noted by 12oz, the clip includes “unreleased footage of the KID tagging the SoHo storefront of Marc Jacobs” with the word “art.“ […]

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12.30.11 Bucky Turco

“The street is my gallery,” says French graffiti artist KIDULT in a newly released video. He explains how “classy brands” are co-opting “street culture” and so he’s just paying them back. “Keep using something you know something about, and it will be a pleasure for me retaliate.” Which he does, quite well, with spray paint […]

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06.15.11 Bucky Turco

You may recall the still photo showing the aftermath of KIDULT’s paint-filled fire extinguisher attack on Supreme’s NYC storefront work and now here’s video of the elusive Frenchman in action. It warms the heart, no? […]

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05.27.11 Bucky Turco

Here’s some footage of French graffiti artist KIDULT, the same person who appears to be responsible for embellishing Supreme’s NYC storefront, among others, wielding his trusty paint-filled fire extinguisher and breaking out other subversive tools. […]

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