Designers Raising Havoc

I just got an exciting E-Mail from Mario (LA ArtLab) today about an event that’s going to take place this Thursday. He messaged me a while back about a project he’s working on with Freshjive, The Hundreds, and Hellz Bellz…and it seems that it’s coming to fruition. Here’s the official press-release:

Join three of the most influential and innovative street wear designers for a frank discussion about what it takes to start a label, develop it, keep it sharp and maintain its creative integrity. Rick Klotz, Bobby Hundreds, and Lanie Alabanza-Barcena will speak about the ideas and challenges behind running their companies, and keeping their designs relevant in a world with serious problems.

Bring your thoughts and questions to the table – this is an open forum for youth, design students, entrepreneurs and creative activists.

LAartlab is an all volunteer project helping teens and young adults engage in the various facets of the Los Angeles art scene and California’s creative economy by providing hands-on opportunities to help design, produce and host free art events!

Oh, and the admission is FREE. It’s summer so I know a lot of you aren’t doing anything splendor so call in sick from work and support a good cause, get some free education, and the icing on the cake — free giveaways from the different brands. What more do you want? And thanks Mario for the heads up. I shall be there.

Here’s the info:

National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
111 North Central Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012

Thursday, July 30th @ 7-8:30PM



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