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Wooden Objects On Display Art show
We are proud to put together a Creative Event that you won’t want to miss. Dvious Clothing linked up with creative specialist from S.A.C (Starving Art Creations) a company that focuses on all around creativity, it’s sole purpose is to organize and put together unique art shows. The W.O.O.D Art Show on May 18th at Basement 818 the last and only Art/Underground Hip Hop Store in the Valley. Live performance by Klassy and special guest. *Please Respect the location and neighbors. Leave your bad vibes/drama at home and bring your Black Books, Stickers and Cameras….From 3:00pm-9:00pm, $3 Donation or $5 Donation and receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Dvious Pack. (Pack Includes. Limited Edition Dvious Hat, Blank Semi Truck Canvas, Dvious/Dali Reversible Bandana And More)…feel free to re post the flyer on any social media. FIRST 30 PEOPLE GET A FREE DVIOUS/DALI REVERSIBLE BANDANA #woodartshow #thewoodshow #staydvious14516 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks
Thank you to all the sponsors
- Rola mvmt
- Feel the Vibe
- Jds films
- Twenty four living
- The Cypher Effect
- Erwin Racinos Photography
- LA TACO
- Starving Art Creations
- Basement 818
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Og huskey Radio Interview about The W.O.O.D Art Show With KLASSY And SPROUTSoghuskeyradio.com
Los Angeles Graffiti Artist SABER Tags The Sky…
We all should have known something was up when street artist Saber tweeted pictures of a Panda Express fortune that simply reads, “a fascinating project is in your future.”
reports came in from LA Taco that the longtime Los Angeles tagger has embarked upon his biggest project to date — tagging the sky above Downtown LA. Some of the skywritten messages include “Art Is Not A Crime,” “Art Work Rebels,” “Upperplayground,” and the artist tags “Saber Revok Risky MSK” (complete with an American flag).
According to Juxtapoz (which also happens to be one of the skywritten messages), Saber is protesting the Los Angeles City Council’s moratorium on street murals.
Head over to LA Weekly for an explanation of the city’s baffling opposition to street murals (and tolerance of huge advertising billboards).
Los Angeles municipal code defines murals as signs and the permitting process constitutes an effective ban on this art. Art in the public space is necessary for a healthy visual environment, a counter balance to gray walls and endless advertising. Los Angeles was once the ‘Mural Capital of the World’ and this city should claim that title again!
Murals are not signs and art is not a crime!
Tell Mayor Villagaigosa and the L.A. City Attorney’s office to end the mural moratorium now.
Sign the petition on change.org