Made In The USA

We attended a non-profit art show at the Brewery Art Walk in Los Angeles on Sunday which held a politically-charged theme in time for the election season. The building in itself was an art-piece because it was an old 1800s building which held lofts on a few stories. We went up to the top loft for the exhibition and it looked like it would be very spooky if it were any darker. There were many interesting pieces of work on display and the catering was done by Crops & Rawbers who served raw vegan snacks. I had the BBQ pizza and macaroons dipped in chocolate. The first bites were a bit interesting at first, but it wasn’t a bad experience. I can’t say I can ever be a vegan but it’s a nice change once in a while.

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This piece was done in its entirety with masking tape. The details on the plane was amazing. The curator of the event mentioned that the artist is sponsored by the masking tape company and they’ll make tape in any color he needed for his projects.
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Here’s another one of his pieces. The Ten Commandments Now.
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Each of those windows are a small piece of tape so he uses a tweezer to place each one.
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Stairs going up to and down from the top loft.
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Look at the shirt Kuizzy Effin’ Baby is wearing. *TEASER*
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So we got home, worked on some paintings, played Monopoly. Simple enough? Nope. We stayed up all night and made popcorn on a stove for the lack of a microwave at 3AM. THEN we made cornbread half an hour later using flour that was labeled to be ‘Best Used By 10/08/08’. The aftertaste was so bitter, we used condensed milk to make it more palatable, which failed miserably as the bitterness lingered worse when we tried to wash it down with soda. We made a lot of noise going through all the troubles trying to get some snacks together as we continued playing Monopoly into the early morning.

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That popcorn-covered butter on a whisk was disgustingly delicious.
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The food networks or MTV should give us our own reality cooking show.

–dinoxsketchpad

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