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Crewest proudly announces “Blow Up L.A.: The Art of Blowing Up Your City” an exhibition opening on February 4, 2012 and curated by Gonzo247 of Aerosol Warfare.  Blow Up L.A.! is part of the traveling Blow Up (Your City!) Aerosol Warfare exhibition which features customized Jamungo BUD & NADE vinyl dolls by national and local artists as well as other artwork.  Artists with backgrounds in graffiti, street art, design, illustration and other urban expressions will customize the urban vinyl toys with no given limitations.  The stylized urban toys dolls and other artwork will be on display and for sale at Crewest Gallery from Feb 4, 2012 through Feb. 26, 2012.




Month long event info is as follows:  Opening reception will take place on Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 6-10pm at Crewest Gallery with live music by DJ Phyz Ed.  Curator, Gonzo247 of Aerosol Warfare will be present on Thursday, February 9, 2012 from 6-10pm during the Downtown Artwalk.  Downtown Artwalk event will include live music by DJ Phyz Ed.  Exhibit closes on February 26, 2012.

For more info click the link below!

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Opening Reception:

Saturday July, 9th 2011 from 6 – 10 pm

Show is on view through July 31, 2011

Los Angeles, CA – Crewest and Curator Luna George is proud to announce the opening of our newest installation “UNEARTHED”,  which will exist on our walls as a larger than life visual comic book brought to life by some of our best graffiti and street urban artists.  With a storyline written by author and artist Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca, the walls of the gallery will become an actual comic book live for all to see and immerse themselves into.   In addition, Crewest will publish and release “UNEARTHED” the comic book featuring the artwork in the exhibit and storyline just in time for this year’s San Diego Comic Con.

“UNEARTHED” features works by underground urban artists from around the world who have created visual elements in the form of never before seen characters who unearth from the underground in the year of 2012 on the day of the Apocalypse.  Each of the exhibiting artists all share a strong ability in creating characters whether designed for street murals, album covers, published comic strips or actual comic books.  We are very excited about this unique pairing of underground urban talent telling the tale of an Apocalyptic 2012 within the context of a gallery exhibition.

Included in the show will be works by notable artists George Clinton (Funk master and leader of the Parliament Funkadelic), Overton Loyd (creator of various album covers including P-Funk  cover art) and Lalo Alcaraz (creator of La Cucaracha comic strip).

Exhibiting artists:

Alan Oldham, Albert Montoya, Alfie Numeric, Avo, Axis, Brandon Lin, Bytedust, Cale, Danny Meza, Danny Perez, Deih, Destroy All Design, EGR, Else, Erick Rodriguez, George Clinton, Hitnes, Jeffery Page, John Gregory LeJay II, Jorge (j.E Styles) Ramirez, Jorge Becerra, Julieta, KAZILLA, Lalo Alcaraz, Lili Avila de Avila , Man One, Max Neutra, Overton Loyd, PC Zavala, Pichi, Sand One, VYAL, Wil Simpson, WonOneABC

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