The Last Kitchen
The Last Kitchen could be best described as a wildly experimental journey into the divine realm of simply not giving a fuck. In a more physical sense, it is a small printmaking studio located in a building that should have been condemned as a threat to public safety many years ago. Despite its humble appearance, this little crevice has been the birth canal of (in the opinion of some) a rather badass assortment of screenprinted artwork for nearly a decade.
The Last Kitchen is not a registered company, employs no permanent staff, has no mission statement, and probably exists as more of a vague concept than anything else. Regardless of these facts, the Kitchen’s modus operandi has been relatively unchanged since its inception. It is a place viciously dedicated to all things original, and remains a beautifully disgusting machine of creativity fueled by a mixture of long nights, skipped lunches, paint, and sweat.