Fueled by danger, DSC has built a reputation that now effortlessly connects the world of fashion, art and extreme sports.
When swapping the race track for the art gallery, audiences are treated to a sense of theatre and visceral power that you can only get from a mind that’s spent a bit too long on the edge.
Doom Tomb is the third and concluding chapter in a trilogy of shows.
The show is on view to the public April 27-28 12pm-5pm
Classic Car Club Manhattan is located at1 Pier 76, 408 12th Avenue in New York City
Perfectly encapsulating the tone of voice and visual language that has made David one of the most in demand artists working today, Doom Tomb has all the playfulness, lush execution and curiosity that is synonymous with his work.
Having tackled the themes of Consumerism and Identity in previous sell out shows, Doom meets Mother Nature to communicate in a way only David can. As one of the most respected culture
influencer’s in the automotive and extreme sports arena, maybe it takes one of it it’s own to flash the headlights on the denial machine. As the temperature rises, change is inevitable, and the artwork is a direct response, made with imperceptible thermal reactive paint.