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  • INVISIBLE NYC

    It was on a saturday when I met these guys, Skamdust and Matty. My only reason to get out of bed was a fresh juice around the corner. Still halfasleep and in my pyjama, I was standing in front of a little organic veggie table on the street, zoned out, when Skamdust`s raspy voice woke me up with a simple, "hello". After having juice together, they took me to INVISIBLE Tattoo Studio in Orchard street NYC, where Skamdust wanted me to meet his tattoo artist Norm and beautiful Ellis. A magical moment with some amazing and interesting characters!!

    Thats what I love so much about New York City. You walk on the street, meet people you`ve never met before, talk, exchange and your day can take you somewhere completly else...

    so thank you guys for sharing this great and unexpected afternoon !!

    check out their art and music:

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    http://www.normwillrise.com/ @NORMWILLRISE

    http://www.ellis-cooper.com/ @elliscooperofficial

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    OBEYWomens / July 5, 2015
  • Emerging Artist of the week: Dustin Lovelis

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    Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dustin Lovelis has been pretty busy this year crafting songs in his coastal birth town Long Beach, Ca. Since Dustin's late teens, the god-son-of-grunge has toured the planet with countless musical outfits, including The Fling (Dangerbird Records) as lead vocalist and songwriter. Taking a break from the music scene, the Fling recently went on hiatus with no concrete plans to continue. Fortunately for his fans, Dustin hasn't stopped writing songs and has returned with an ambitious debut solo effort Dimensions released May 19th 2015 on Porch Party Records.

    Dustin's music is drenched in textures both vintage and modern, while his fine- tuned pop sensibilities rise out of whichever era ignited the inspiration. After The Fling dissolved, Dustin took over all writing responsibility. With a guitar, a microphone, and a bottle of whiskey, Dustin found his way through his influences and pinned his own demos to multi-track. Without any input from band members, Dustin meticulously created his new DNA of sound with hints of The Everly Brothers, The Pixies, and The Beatles. He knew it was time to return to the studio.

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    Dustin recorded Dimensions at Elliot Smith's former music home: New Monkey Studios. He found the ideal compliments for his timeless sound with an insane amount of gear and incredibly talented musician friends. Elijah Thomson of the band Everest played bass and produced the album, and prolific composer and session player Frank Lenz lays down his dynamic drumming with classic fills. After 2 days, the basic tracks were finished. A few more instruments and vocals were added, and Dimensions was complete. As fans become anxious to hear the new recordings, Dustin has been steadily growing his audience with shows and residencies across LA and booking tours up the west coast.

    Watch the freaky video single for Coming Back From a Cloud below and buy Dimensions here.

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    You can check out more of Dustin Lovelis on his social medias and website:

    WEBSITE // FACEBOOK  // INSTAGRAM

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    Samuel Jacob / July 2, 2015
  • TOKYO SAMPLE SALE

    Konnichiwa, Tokyo! It's that time of the year. Come check out our sample sale on July 4th and 5th at Days Gallery in Nakameguro.

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    会場:
    DAYS GALLERY
    〒153-0051 東京都目黒区上目黒1-7-5

    日時:
    2015年7月4日(土)11:00~18:00
    2015年7月5日(日)11:00~18:00

    お支払い方法は現金のみとさせていただきます。
    返品・交換は承りかねます。セール商品の性質をご理解の上、ご購入くださいますよう、お願いいたします。
    駐車場はございません。お車でご来場の方は周辺のコインパーキング等をご利用ください。

    お問い合せ:info@obeyclothing.jp

    OBEYJapan / July 1, 2015
  • Olivver takes on Russia

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    A few weeks ago I introduced to you an awesome "up and coming" LA based artist by the name of Olivver The Kid (Aka Bryan Sammis). In just a little under a year he has self released his debut EP "Freak"  with a handful of incredible remixes as well as taken the LA music scene by storm. Opening for artists such as JMSN, Kitten, and Maudlin Strangers (just to name a few) he's had outstanding progress making a mark in the So Cal music scene and it looks as though things are only getting better for this drummer turned singer/song-writer. Recently, he was asked to fly out to Russia to headline a few shows with his full band including Jake Lopez (guitar) Brett Fair aka Beef (DJ) , and Luke Mensink (drums) . I caught up with Bryan this past weekend to talk about how the shows went, how the food tasted, and his over all impression of experiencing Russia for the first time.

    What up homie, so how was the motherland Russia?
    It was great. The shows were killer, the fans were awesome. They brought me a lot of presents and went hard during the show. I really appreciated all the effort that went into them making sure my first Russian experience was a good one.

    What were some of these "presents" that you got?
    I got a couple Russian books. One of those Russian doll things. Some nice letters, some nice drawings, some Russian chocolate. It was great.

     

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    That's awesome. So it sounds like your fans out there were pretty stoked to have you out there. Did you experience any other people not so stoked to have you around?
    The language barrier definitely created some interesting situations.. but nothing too crazy. Just a little frustration on both ends trying to communicate, but it all worked out for sure.

    Did u get to venture out much while out there?
    We definitely did in Moscow. That was really the only time we got an off day.

    You mentioned that you visited a local tattoo shop while out there. What was it called?
    It was called Mavericks and it was a tattoo barbershop. Definitely the tightest place we visited. The people were amazing and some of the guys in our crew got tattooed.

     

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    That's dope. Who got tats?
    Luke who was playing drums got a rose on his elbow. Brett who was djing got a "Russian doll" with the word Russia IN Russian on him. haha

    What cities did yall play?
    Saint Petersburg, Moscow, and Nizhny Novgorod

    Which city would you say was your favorite of the three you played?
    Moscow was my favorite but probably because we had the most time to see the city and do things outside of playing a show. We went to some bars, went to an underground hookah place, got Georgian food, and of course we did the touristy thing for sure (red square, etc).

     

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    How was the food out in Russia?
    Hit or miss for me.. but I'm picky. Loved the Georgian food though.

    Did yall play with other bands out there?
    It was just us. My DJ opened up all the shows.

    That's dope.  Any rad after parties?
    Yeah after the Moscow show we stayed out at this bar until like 6am. We were there during a period of "white nights" so it was still light outside at like 12am. It was crazy.

     

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    Nice. Any other memorable moments while out there? Any crazy shit happen during/after the shows?
    At the Moscow show I came on stage to the floor full of paper airplanes they had made with messages on them. That was awesome. The night train was a crazy experience. I had some of the best coffee of my life out there too. Definitely had a good time.

    Unrelated, we went to a Starbucks out there and I got this weird frap thing that I just pointed to. Shit was weird but good haha. Also, sparkling water is like the standard out there which threw me off. Definitely got the wrong type a couple of times.

    Haha sparkling water? I would have never guessed that
    Yeah. They call it "water with gas".

    Did you pick up any words in Russian while out there?
    Speciba is thank you.. I probably spelled it wrong.

     

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    So what's next for Olivver? Another tour? record?
    Not sure right now. Kind of taking some time to really figure out the next move for this project or just for my life in general. Might do a little traveling in July.

    Nice. What have you been listening to lately?
    Third Eye Blinds new record is bad ass. My homies in Little Wolves debut song "Home" for sure & some Stevie Wonder... his mixes were crazy. So many instruments...

    Right on. Any shoutouts?
    Yeah thanks to Obey for the coverage on all this. Super dope. Thanks to Russia for having me. And you will all be hearing from me soon...

     

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    Samuel Jacob / July 1, 2015
  • OBEY EURO TOUR - FINALE

    After almost three weeks of planes, trains and all kinds of crazy automobiles, the tour of Europe was coming to an end.  I met a lot of great people and saw some beautiful things along the way.  Traveling with Shepard and the crew is always awesome and I'm honored and fortunate to be apart of the team ( World traveling buddies )

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    Shepard and the crew have been in Malaga before almost 2 years ago - Nov 2013 to be exact ( refresh your memory by clicking on these - 1,2,3 )  I wish we had more time this round, as it being summer time in the mediterranean. Crowded Beaches, cold beers and not bad people to look at, except a few flake jacks on the topless beach hahah, sorry had to say it. I would defeitntly live here, as I am kind of a beach bum and you can never go wrong there.

    Getting back to it, here's a look at the pre / opening at the CAC MALAGA and closing of a very long and draining trip. Enjoy and until next time!

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    Press conference and even the Mayor of Malaga came by to meet Shepard and DFace

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    A look at the Gallery before the wildness

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    Some lunch on the beach before the big night, with all of the crew and everyone from the CAC.  Not too shabby

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    After soaking up the sun and barely awake, it was time for the Opening.

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    On to the party

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    Shep, Amanda, Fer ( Director of CAC ) and the Mayor

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    After feeling great the next morning, we all took a nice 5 mile hike around Malaga and became tourist for a day.

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    OBEY FRANCE - Fede with a crazy dude.

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    Being a tourist didn't last long.  One last stencil before heading out for Dface's birthday and finally the end of the tunnel.


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    Birthday boy and his wings.

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    The End!

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    - Furlong

    Furlong / June 30, 2015
  • SALAD DAYS x OFF! - FRANCE EDITION

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    Last Tuesday, we were in Bordeaux (Fr) to make an « AperoBoat » in an amazing place called I.BOAT.
    This old boat is a unique concept where there is regularly break and separation between the activities, here everything is gathered in a place : restaurant, club and concert hall, brings down warmed, lounges, and solarium.

    When we saw OFF! would come to Bordeaux at the I.Boat, we definitely wanted to join in on the party. Not only because we're huge fans of the super band, but also because Shepard and Keith Morris have a long standing relationship, and most recently they decided to collaborate for a special EP called 'Learn to OBEY' for a previous Record Store Day. 

    To add a bit of local culture into the event,  we had the opportunity to screen Scott Crawford’s documentary, "SALAD DAYS : 1980 - 1990 a decade of punk in Washington DC" just before the OFF! show in France. 

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    After the screening of the film, the crowd was ready for Kuma No Motor (Punk HxC from Bayonne Fr) and legendary, OFF!.

    Dimitri Coats (which had good taste for his tee ndlr), Steven Mc Donald, Mario Rubalcaba and Keith Morris gave us a magical show. For the first time ever, we had the privilege to hear "LEARN TO OBEY" performed live! It was a rad time, and just proves that you can still pit, even on a tiny boat! 

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    Watch out for this guy, ladies! 

    - JB Sorin / OBEY FRANCE

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    obeyfrance / June 29, 2015
  • RYCA

    A few weeks ago I attended the opening gallery show of "RYCA" at Dax Gallery. I recently had the privilege of asking him a few questions, enjoy.

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    A:  Where did you grow up? Where are your favorite places to visit around the world?
    R:  I grew up in east London, England. My favourite places are cities, I love New York, Tokyo, Berlin, Barcelona, Chicago, LA and most recently visited Las Vegas.

    A:  What drink do you order at the bar?
    R:  Either Brandy or Craft Ale

    A:  What Artists/songs are you listening to currently while creating art?
    R:  I listen to a broad spectrum of music. mostly have BBC 6 music (digital station). I love UK dance music and im a failed DJ with like 5000 12" records- drum and bass and dubstep, old skool     hardcore and grime. its not EDM to us ;)

    A:  What is your favorite medium to produce art?
    R:  "poptorian" a term i invented to summarise with my new symbolic and Lyric pieces. It derives from Victorian signage (reverse painted glass with metallic sunken relief) and I use popular modern culture as a reference point.

    A:  What do you think of the internet generation and technology?
    R:  Its exciting to be an Artist with the internet as a tool. fans, buyer and haters can all express thoughts on your work. Research is so much easier and inspiration is refreshed by the minute. it can also accelerate a career and ive seen artists "burn out" in a few years, on the flip side it can help elevate your career.

    A:  Define your work in three words
    R:  Quality and Quantity

    A:  Your song lyric pieces were large and perfect, how difficult was it to create the pieces (time, difficulties along the way etc.) and why did you choose those specific hooks? (Wu-tang, Kendrick, Cypress Hill etc.) *By the way those lyrics hit straight to home being here in California.
    R:  They are difficult as its a combination of techniques and skilful processes . I try to select hooks or lines from songs that can live outside of the music. a sentiment that someone can relate too or understand without being aware of the source. C.R.E.A.M for example is loved by hip hop fans and I sold quite a few to people working in Banking who had no idea of Wu-Tang.

    A:  What advice do you have for the youth trying to break in to international galleries?
    R:  Its important to stand out. originality can be as simple as the subverting a subject or a process.
    Perseverance and Patience are key skills today, the internet makes everything immediate, it can be hugely frustrating.

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    - Stay Trippy

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    aaron del rosario / June 29, 2015
  • REVERT 95 X JOOST SWARTE X FRISO BLANKEVOORT X FLOOR VAN HET NEDEREND

    To celebrate REVERT 95's 20th anniversary OBEY asked artists JOOST SWARTE, FRISO BLANKEVOORT and FLOOR VAN HET NEDEREND to team up with OBEY and make a design honoring Haarlems well known skateshop. As the main theme for this collection, they've chosen 'THE DROSTE-EFFECT.’ The illustrators have given their unique twist to this concept in their familiar style.

    Revert95's 20th anniversary from OBEY CLOTHING on Vimeo.

    I'm pretty excited that one of my favorite designers and a relative is involved. Joost Swarte is a Dutch cartoonist and graphic designer. He’s best known for his 'Clear line' style of drawing, and in fact coined the term. Swarte is famous for his numerous drawings, stamps, posters, LP covers and for his magazine covers (most noteworthy the New Yorker.)

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    The second designer who participates is Friso Blankevoort. Friso Blankevoort, known as Freshco, is a lot younger and Reverts 95 in-house illustrator. But his work speaks for itself. Even though the medium keeps changing, the work of the Haarlem based artist is recognizable as soon as you start noticing the simple and two-dimensional aesthetic, the underlying humor and recurring themes.

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    Last but not least my friend Floor van het Nederend contributed to collection. You may know Floor from his previous Artist-series for OBEY. Floor is an upcoming illustrator based in Amsterdam. He quickly became one of the most recognizable illustrators of Holland with his work that is often compared to Pettibon and Crumb. A look at Floors work gives you an urge to skate.

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    To lounge this collaboration OBEY and Revert 95 will host a exhibition with work of the three artist in the Lichtfabriek in Haarlem on July 3th.

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    Bram Swarte / June 29, 2015
  • Warehouse Sale Preview

    Here's a little sneak peak at what's in store at our warehouse sale tomorrow. Just a reminder, the sale starts on Saturday and Sunday at 7 AM.  The parking lot will open at 6 AM and the line will start forming.  Please do not arrive any earlier than 6 AM since you can not stop or park outside the sale. Sorry dudes, I didn't make the rules but I gotta say them regardless if you read them :) Scroll to the bottom of the post for all the details.

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    CJ / June 26, 2015
  • OBEY EURO TOUR - PART 6

    So we've been in Malaga for a few days and the craziness hasn't stopped!  Being back room searched at the airport to the basically nude beaches here, its definitely an experience.  Tonight is the opening for ------ at the CAC MALAGA.  If you're from here or want to check it out, swing by.  Here's what has been going down so far this week.

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    tonight is

    our Eyes Here is open to the public now and runs through Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.  The show captures and explores the breadth of Fairey’s prolific body of work.  Your Eyes Here will showcase more than 200 works, including an impressive grid of Fairey’s screen printed works which represent the essential form and building blocks from which his other works have developed.  Fairey approaches screen prints are that they are meant to be functional in working for the street or the gallery, building an ever-expanding mosaic of cohesive images, which can stand-alone but strengthen as a larger group.

    More information is available for  Your Eyes Here and CAC Málaga linked here.

    Furlong / June 26, 2015
  • Artist Spotlight: Filip Nikolic

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    This multi-intrumentalist not only plays every instrument better than you, he can a skate a half-pipe and has a synthesizer collection that would make Giorgio Moroder jealous.. Meet Filip Nikolic, a 38 year old music producer born from Denmark. Not only has he's toured with the legendary Ima Robot and Dj'd the continent with Guns N Bombs, the half Yugoslavian is also one of the guys behind "daytime disco" outfit Poolside. I recently spent the day with Filip skating his local skatepark and checking out his recording studio in Los Feliz. I also had a chance to chat with him about his experience coming to the U.S. for the first time and what's he's been up to lately. You can check out the conversation below:

     

    When did you come out to U.S.?

    I came out to U.S. in 2004, I was 26 I think. At the time I was touring with a danish band called Junior Senior playing bass guitar. I had a year Visa and after the tour had ended, the singer and myself decided to see what LA was like. So we subletted an apartment in koreatown for a month.. and it was like the best month ever. Just straight up fun everyday.

    So when did you decide to stay in Los Angeles?

    Well we went back to Denmark after a month. Then realized that there were still 7 months left on our Visas.. so we just decided to just do the rest of the 6 months in LA. While there i ended up quitting Junior Senior and randomly auditioned for a band we toured with called Ima Robot. They needed new keyboardists/guitar and I won audition. So I stayed.

     

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    That's crazy how life kept throwing you opportunities. So do you still keep in contact with the dudes from Ima Robot?

    Oh yeah definitely, We actually still meet a few times a year to catch up and write music. We actually talked two weeks ago about putting out a new album. You can put that on record.

    That's so dope. Another Ima Robot record would be epic. Are you working on any other projects at the moment?

    Yes, im working on an album with a really cool project called Baby Alpaca. Been working together for about a year now. I remixed a song off their previous EP that ended up doing really well so now i'm producing their new record.

     

     

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    Are you working on any new remixes for your solo alias Turbotito?

    Yes, so right now i'm working on a compilation of unreleased turbotito remixes and to make it more interesting i'm gonna add an equal amount of brand new remixes.

    (Here's links to two old unreleased remixes that he's adding to the compilation:)


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    You can check out more of Filip on his social medias:

    FACEBOOK // TWITTER // INSTAGRAM // SOUNDCLOUD

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    Samuel Jacob / June 25, 2015
  • OBEY Radio Asia pt. 3

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    And the tour Continues...

    June 25th - Hong Kong @ V A N S / S K 8 F I V E 2

    June 26th - Shanghai, China @ A R K H A M

    July 2nd - Seoul, Korea @ C A K E S H O P (FTR Only)

    July 3rd - Osaka, Japan @ S T O M P  (FTR Only)

    July 4th - Tokyo, Japan @ N A V Y  R A Y (FTR Only)

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    While the guts de booblé subsided, we've been able to enjoy what each country's culture had to offer. When you're chief'd, Bangkok looks like what the future would look like back in the 60's.

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    They got Sizzler!

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    Vietnam...

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    Thank you to Guillaume & Jase !! Here's a recording from the night with Jase @ The OBSERVATORY Saigon..

    up next...

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    Roam / June 25, 2015
  • Broken Fingaz - Journey Galactiko

    Last Friday I joined the Ghostown Crew for their debut gallery show at Howard Griffin gallery. It was pretty exciting to see how well received they were in LA, being that they're still pretty under the radar in the vast art multiverse. I'm slowly realizing that the more I do psychedelics, the more I find myself orbiting around like-minded people like Broken Fingaz. It's quite the feeling walking into their constructed temple feeling slight claustrophobia but as the anxiety of bodies surrounds you the collage of works bring on an indescribable sense of enlightenment. The inspirations from India juxtaposed with their own graphic style and psychotropic advertising and type treatments is an extremely fresh perspective. Check out some photos from the event below :)

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    CJ / June 24, 2015
  • Home and Garden in Doubleworlds

    Yesterday was the opening night of the private curatorial tour of "Albert Oehlen: Home and Garden" and "Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld" in the New Museum NYC! check it out if you`re in town! very inspiring and impressive work...

    Sarah was an American conceptual artist and photographer. ( http://www.sarahcharlesworth.net/ )

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    the photograph on the left reminds me of the hip bone!

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    the energy in this room was very intense. surrounded by all those images of people jumping into death...

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    after the exhibit we went to the rooftop, got suprised by a golden sky, followed by beautiful sunset :) no art in the world can top the colors and beauty of the art of nature and sky...

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    what a beautiful inspiring night...

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    OBEYWomens / June 24, 2015
  • Honest Abe

    Last week I visited Dax Gallery in Costa Mesa for an epic opening show featuring Ryan "RYCA" Callanan and Kazuhiro Tsuji. This show was pure visual greatness, RYCA brought his unique style and take on Star Wars characters with Religious and cultural nods used through sculptures and paintings of Storm Troopers. The opposite side of  the room showcased his work on beautiful glass encasing bright painted inlays, each one referencing some of the greatest hooks to come out of Hip hop. Tsuji brought a jaw dropping hyperrealistic sculpture of Abe Lincoln, you have to see it to believe it. I stood there for over thirty minutes taking in each detail. Tsuji has worked on major films such as Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Planet of the Apes, his work speaks for itself.
    The show runs until July 25, 2015.

    DAX Gallery
    2951 Randolph Ave, Costa Mesa CA 92626

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    -Stay Trippy

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