Tonight I will be spinning some of my favorite punk songs at The Bar in Hollywood. Swing on by if you get the chance. All Vinyl All Day.
The (Bronson) Bar
5851 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
9pm-2am // 21+// No Cover
We recently went down to San Diego to paint at the Invisible Children X Warby Parker event at the new IC offices. It’s always a good time hanging with that crew. Such good people. Please support both Invisible Children and Warby Parker as they are doing real positive things. While down there we also ran into our bros at Aloha Sunday and will be showing new work at their store in San Diego on May 4th. More info on that to come. View more photos from the event here.
Cruised the legendary Motor Yard yesterday. Came across some classic landmarks. Peeled layers upon layers of latex off the wall to find a few of our own lost in the overlay. It’s crazy to think how much history is sealed in those walls. Not to get to hippy trippy, but we could feel the energy.
Don’t know too much about this show cause I can’t find a flyer or any info on the internets. I do know that my dood, Grady Gordon, has this real nice collaboration piece with Dan Quintana in the show. I also know that because of the this show we get to hang with the BAB (boss ass boss) himself all weekend. Go check it out if you’re in Venice. cavegallery.net
Happy Birthday to the one of the best men we know. His name is Mark Whalen and today marks (pun intended) his 30th year of breathing on planet earth. Quite the accomplishment. Check out markwhalenart.com to see the breath he breathes.
Had a good time the other day with good friends. We used to work out of the SCUMDUNGEON in DTLA and it was always goodtimes. This last Sunday made me realize how good it was. Sharing a studio with Hit+Run and Two Rabbits was good and inspiring. Check out their shit…on point! Click on something that looks like it should be clicked on. Hit+Run Two Rabbits
SEARLES came into town the other day and we decided to go visit an old friend of ours, Rann, at his place in downtown LA. He started this brand APOLIS awhile ago and I remember screen printing shirts for him back in the day at the local high school in San Diego. As life takes its funny turns I lost touch with Rann and what he had going on, I always knew what he was doing but never made time to go see it for real. SEARLES coming into town gave me a reason to get us together, even if it was for a hello. We showed up and I was blown away. Raising awareness and making some of the best clothes out. If you have time, check out what APOLIS has going on. It’s good stuff…are we getting the band back together?