Nothing is sacred. 

The graffiti artist behind the short-lived “Prawit watch” mural on Sukhumvit Road is holding his own exhibition from Jul 4-6.

The anonymous street artist-activist, who runs the Headache Stencil Facebook page, will show off his subversive works in an event dubbed Welcome to the Dark Side, which takes over a maze-like 120-sq-meter corridor at Voice Space. 

Among the hot topics tackled through art include the scandalous black panther case involving Ital-Thai president Premchai Karnasuta and General Prayuth Chan-ocha's recent TIME Magazine cover.

Back in February, the artist shot to countrywide notoriety when his stenciled mural mocking the Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan’s expensive array of undeclared wristwear appeared on the walkway between Sukhumvit Sois 56 and 58. With the artwork quickly whitewashed over, the artist took to social media to tell of being hunted by the authorities. 

197 BBD Building, Viphavadi Rangsit Rd., 02-650-6000. Open 12-8pm. Free entry.

Credit: www.facebook.com/headachestencil