Tag Archives: LA

Fountain L.A.

I’m Trying to play catch up here. So Back in the end of September, Hugh Leeman and I drove down to LA to do a couple of pieces for Fountain LA. Being cheap motherfuckers we crashed on 2wenty’s floor for a few days. It was a fun couple of days and a great group of artists. Chor Boogie, Cryptik, Carly Ivan Garcia, and Ian Ross were all in attendance. As per my new M.O. we got out of there before the opening.

Here’s some pics

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The Occupation X Eddie Colla

It would seem that something is happening… Occupy Wall St is in it’s 3rd week and collectively occupations have been sprouting up across the country. It doesn’t seem as though any of this is slowing down. Despite an overly aggressive NYPD and an absentee media, this is growing. Should be and interesting week.

Sniffin’ Glue – ABCNT – Cryptik – Eddie – Nomade

ABCNT, Crytik, Nomade and Myself have teamed up for Sniffin’ Glue @ New Puppy gallery in LA. This would be on the “not to miss” list.

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April 16th 7pm-Midnight
New Puppy Gallery
2808 Elm Street Unit 1
Los Angeles, CA

Eddie Colla X thedirtfloor.com

Pablo from thedirtfloor.com did a nice interview piece with me this week. Check it here:

Marxist Glue @ Hold up Art

This promises to be one of the best group shows this year. Check the line up
Robbie Conal Mear One Skullphone Shark Toof Cryptik ABCNT Yo!Peace Eddie Colla Mark Of the Beast Zoltron Phantom Political Gridlock Nomade Lucky Bunny Visual Communications

Thursday, October 28 at 6:00pm – November 15 at 6:00pm
Hold Up Art
358 East 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA
“Marxist Glue” will feature an overwhelming installation of LA’s top wheatpaste artists, converting Hold Up Art’s exhibition space walls into neutral battle grounds for this hand full of talented image makers. The show will also feature brand new limited edition silkscreen prints from each of the participating artists, available exclusively at Hold Up Art.
FIRST 50 people in line will receive a free 18×24 Marxist Glue official poster courtesy of ARTDIG.com