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Fri, Nov 9 - Mon, Nov 12
RUN #00236
Camilo Pardo - Movement 2012 Official Print
Camilo Pardo
Movement 2012 Official Print
Edition Size:   50
20.5 x 39 Inches 5-Color Screenprint on 140lb French Archival Paper
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This RUN was designed by Camilo Pardo as the Official Movement Gig Poster to commemorate the 2012 incarnation of the Movement Electronic Music Festival. The 2012 Movement Festival will take place over Memorial Day Weekend from May 26-28th. You can see the full lineup at Tickets are Also Available 323East

The poster design was heavily influenced by the authentic techno history of Detroit, and the gritty underground electronic music culture that will always exist in Motor City.

“Even though technology rules our lives these days; many people still appreciate the artistry of festival posters and that is the reason we’ve commissioned a respected Detroit artist to create ours." - Jason Huvaere, Movement Festival Director

This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Camilo Pardo & 1xRUN

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Camilo Pardo Official Movement Electronic Music Festival 2012 Print

The Movement Electronic Music Festival takes place May 26-28 in Detroit and features: five technologically-rich outdoor stages; more than 100 artists; free Wi-Fi access on the grounds; a posh VIP setting located behind the main stage; dozens of official afterparties; an interactive technology center featuring the hottest gear in the industry; and several art displays to stimulate the senses. Nearly 100,000 people from across the globe attended the 2011 festival.

Click Below to See the 2012 Movement Schedule

Public Enemy

Derrick May & Juan Atkins

About the Artist

Location: Detroit, Mi

The art that Camilo Pardo has created over the years is all over Detroit. A considerable amount of it is present on our freeways at any given moment of the day. Most recognized for his design work on the Ford GT, Camilo put verve in the steel curves and reminded us that a car's first internal combustion takes place in an artist's mind. The car's external beauty is born there as well. That mind has not ceased from creative labors, even if they're no longer entirely devoted to Motor City mojo.

Camilo's paintings and drawings speak to both his love for linear perfection and his fascination for the manner in which those lines deliver aesthetic satisfaction to the viewer. His works genuinely seem to move and they are energized by what is obviously a rich understanding and respect for popular culture and traditional disciplines. In less talented hands, such a seeming contradiction of forces would negate the best efforts. Camilo makes them reconcile, complement each other and dance together.

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