Many people now know Wes Lang as the artist who designed the T-shirts for Kanye West's Yeezus tour, but the L.A.-based artist has actually been making art for over a decade. Known for his tattoo-inspired paintings, his propensity for loaded graphics, and his disregard for tradition, Wes Lang will take over Denmark's ARoS Museum with a retrospective show next Saturday, March 29.
"The Studio," which will transform the museum's exhibition space into Lang's actual studio in L.A., will feature just under 60 works from Lang's illustrious career, including seven massive paintings created specially for the ARoS show. In addition to the designs he's made for Kanye West and Grateful Dead, you can also expect to see some of his collaborative pieces with brands like Harley Davidson and Rolex.
"The Studio" opens March 29 and will be on view until September 7.