What's cooler than Ice Krule?

Inner City Ooz, Jack and Archy Marshall

Proving that he's as multitalented as he is cool, Archy Marshall, aka King Krule, is co-hosting 'Inner City Ooz', an exhibition with his brother, closing on the 27th, it's your last chance to catch it.

Taking place at Display Gallery, Inner City Ooz is a collaboration between King Krule and Jack Marshall, a graphic designer known as Mistr Gone. The brothers have worked together previously, with Mistr Gone providing the artwork to Krule's debut album '6 Feet Beneath the Moon'.

Using sound installations, visual art and music, the art comes in the form of illustration, soundscapes, music, poetry and paintings. Split over two floors, the downstairs part of the gallery houses the more experimental art forms, while the upstairs is more similar to a regular gallery experience, with photographs and illustrations.

There's also a limited edition zine designed by the brothers, containing unseen photographs, personal essays and poetry, so an early visit is advised if you want some memorabilia. It's your last chance to view this exhibition, as it runs until the September 27th at Display Gallery.