Take this party outside: Malarky


Malarky is the third artist we asked to customise one of our AM-1 all-weather speakers in our collaboration, Take this party outside, with NY art specialists, KRINK

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South London based Street decorator, illustrator and skateboarder. Malarko’s colourful style was born through a haze of 90s video games, skateboard graphics, graffiti and record covers. Excited by the absurd and motivated by the preposterous


He is just at home moulding erotic ceramics as he is building installations and creating animated GIFs, this one-man arsenal can generally be found adding delightful nonsense to the shutters of grey old London.


Malarky’s top 5 tracks for taking the party outside

Ata Kak: Daa Nyinaa
Delorean: Stay Close
The Streets: weak become heroes
Notorious B.I.G : everyday Struggle
chet baker: but not for me

The customised speakers will be exhibited in Rough Trade East throughout July. Visitors to the shop can add to the exhibition by colouring in the huge stencil behind the speakers using KRINK markers.

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