Post by baytruthseeker on Dec 14, 2008 15:52:56 GMT -8
fucked up shit, i always wonder why they dont have someone watchin shit at shows like this is soo easy to take shit. most people are coo but you always gonna have that one dude trying to pull a bitch move.
The truth is crying out And it's so loud and so clear But most people won't even hear
I was there after it happened...... Rick was fuk'n pissed off. He had someone stand in that corner and watch the artwork for the rest of the night.
Los Angeles scene is very thuggish street punks..... not surprised at all, but I give you props for having art that was worth taking a huge risk to steal and take home. Who ever took it.... I guess could not bare leaving with out it.
I got photo's and video on my flickr if your interested.
on the brighter side; me, chelt, eep and 14 kicked it. I liked it.
It was great hanging out with the Stickerminions members.... We had real blast clubbing and drinking the night before. Meet up with my homie Jawa.... Cruised Hollywood in my monster 4x4 haha.... street fight, pissing on the streets.... and stickering, what fools we were...lol.
Hanging with Boskers and Synical at Peel Here... meet up with so many homies that night... Enik, Mas, Jaxie Jax, Branded, Project Rabbit, 2cents, Mad one, Bomb it, Tiki Jay, and so many more. Enik one dominated with his massive postal poster(18feet tall??)... representing our crew "Los Mejores"
Meet about 15 other flickr artist that night too.... should call this event "flickr meeting 2008"
The event was insanely packed with sticker heads, music by The Gaslamp Killer, tee shirt and sticker screening by Hit&Run.... free beer, delicious tamales. Some fist fights broke out side(typical L.A.) but it was such a good time.
Meeting Eep was a real joy, and hope he makes out again to the west coast.
PEEL HERE destroyed!! and proud to be part of it all.
To be honest I wish they made it a 2 day or 3 day event. Something like E3 for games....but I guess its the world isn't ready for that.
if THAT were the case then the show would have booths with the artists sitting in them handing free work out and selling work on the side. The booth, of course, would be for sale; first come first serve.