Strategic Synchronocity

Sunday was one of those memorable days for me and I was totally psyched just knowing I was going to witness one of the best art exhibits ever held. Sure, I’ve been amazed by a lot of works from many different artists, but to just be at a Futura showing and seeing his pieces up close and personal was an astounding experience, to say the least. I’ve written three different blogs about how awe-inspiring of an artist he’s been to me but to stand there and stare at each of those pieces leaves an indescribable feeling. This exhibition is going down in history as one of the greatest finales as it’s been stated that Futura is retiring the ‘Pointman’. The only other show he’s holding after this one is in London so if you missed it, it’s a huge loss. Unfortunately, Mr. Futura 2000 had already left for New York before we got there so I didn’t get the privilege to meet him in person. A huge thanks to the people at MadKRUNK for hosting this special event.

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Goodbye Pointman.

Across the street from that exhibit are the Upper Playground, Estevan Oriol, and Mister Cartoon stores and galleries.
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Afterwards, we headed out to Chinatown and had lunch at the Empress Pavilion.
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That ended our fun-filled weekend on a good note. The rest of the time, we just hung out at home and worked on some art projects. There will be more of our artworks posted soon as we’re in the process of turning our art studio into a gallery of sorts.

–dinoxsketchpad

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2 Responses to “Strategic Synchronocity”


  1. 1 Kuizzy Ef Baby September 24, 2008 at 10:40 am

    I See SomeOne Linked Us To Their Art Blog! No One On The Corner Has Swagger Like Us! Finally, Some ReCognition!


  1. 1 TAC :: BLOG » Futura_Strategic_Synchronicity_Los_Angeles_2008. Trackback on September 23, 2008 at 11:36 pm

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