The Writing’s On The Wall

Saturday evening, we trekked to the “I Learned It By Watching You” exhibit at the Crewest Gallery in Los Angeles. I love the details in each of the pieces and they all told a story which themes itself around the media’s brainwashing powers on the youthful generations. Each pieces were of a collaborative effort done by Micah Hancock, James Larese, and Mars Sandoval. We had a chance to conversate with Mars Sandoval and were enlightened by the processes that goes into each piece — the fusions of each artists’ styles, the creative mutualities, and the mediums. It’s amazing to see how three seperate artists can fuse their styles with so much fluidity and create something so worthwhile.

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Soon after, we found ourselves on another side of Los Angeles paying a visit to another exhibit at the Phone Booth Gallery. The artist — Jeremy Eichenbaum — gives an awesome visual exhibition called “Going Nowhere Fast” which focuses on an abstraction of the cycle of life’s changes. As you enter the gallery, you’re welcomed by videos projected on the whole left side of the wall and some clips that are playing in television sets on the right. DJ Alf Alpha played some really GOOD classic hip-hop joints throughout the night and he made all our nights when he put on the Geto Boys’ “My Mind’s Playin’ Tricks On Me” after taking a glimpse of Adam’s ‘Movie Star’ tee. I have to be honest, I think the video-clips displayed in the front of the gallery were a million times crazier after a few drinks. The atmosphere was chill and I made a few new friends here and there. Good times.

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Then it was off to Pandanus Leaf…

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So I made a BIG OOPS! that I was totally not aware of…but I still blame it on the open-bar @ the Basswerks Gallery.
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–dinoxsketchpad

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