Never Knowingly Understood

Never Knowingly Understood
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 18 december 2008

From 1999, a small zine was circulated in the pubs and bars of East London called The Shoreditch Twat. With articles by journalists that included Justin Quirk, the satirical magazine gained cult popularity as it prodded and ribbed the rising trendiness of Hoxton and Shoreditch. Now, for a brief period, KesselsKramer’s KK Outlet on Hoxton Square has an exhibition of their low budget artwork.

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