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2008 GraffHead Year in Review – Part 3

GraffHead Year in Review
This is part 2 of a 3 part series. (Be sure to check out part 1 and part 2)

germs
September 13, 2008 - So Low Brown - by GERMS at Tropico de Nopal (see more pics from the show)

futura
September 18, 2008 - Futura - Strategic Synchronicity (see more pics from Futura's show)
Futura's solo show in downtown Los Angeles drew a very large crowd.

Body Language
September 19, 2008 - Body Language at Nomad Gallery featuring Girls Gone Graff.
(see more pics from the show)

Eye Interview
October - Eye SH, creator of the Lost Graffiti series is interviewed by GraffHead. (Part 1, Part 2)

Mearasma
October 11, 2008 - Mearasma - Mear One's solo show at 01 Gallery (see more pics on LA Taco and GraffHead)

Junkeez
October 18, 2008 - Jun-Keez art show (see more pics on LA Taco)

Sharktoof Halloween
October - SharkToof special edition wheatpastes for Halloween (see more)

Lost midcity
November 1, 2008 - Lost Mid City - art show featuring artists from the graffiti book Lost (see more)

Top of Dome
November 8, 2008 - Top of the Dome V at Crewest (see more on LA Taco)

Bloc 28
November 13, 2008 - Bloc 28 Disney Art Show
A collaboration of Disney and street artists mostly from the world of graffiti showcase their vision of Mickey Mouse.

Suru Axis
November 15, 2008 - Axis - Welcome to My Nightmare Solo Show

Axis from the legendary CBS crew had a solo show at Suru on Melrose with over 60 pieces showing.

On Deck
November 22, 2008 - On Deck - Art on sk8boards art show at Tradition.

Eye One curated this show featuring art by: Adikt, Asylm, Axis, Cache, Codak, Dash 2000, Eyeone, Gorger, James Alegria, Jason Youth, Jonas Angelet, Kleer, Kozem, Luna One, Midzt, Modem, Rene Cabrera, Vyal, Yem. Check out the Eye One interview about this show on Vimby.

sharktoofpolicesharktoof Californication
November - SharkToof puts out the Police Wheatpaste. A SharkToof wheatpaste is also featured on Californication in Season 2 Episode 10 on Showtime.

risk show
December 13 - Twenty-Six Risk Solo Art Show. Risk WCA, MSK, AWR, 7Th Letter put on his first solo show at Track 16 in Santa Monica featuring over 100 pieces. Also, be sure to read the Risk interview on GraffHead.
Risk was also featured on Vimby.

peel here
December 13 - Sticky Rick Presents Peel Here - Art show featuring stickers. Pictures from the opening on LA Taco.

Of course our list would not be complete without these great graffiti artists!
tlg
Augor and the Tastes Like Gold crew have pushed graffiti to new heights.

jaw
Also, Jaw along with others have taken billboard graffiti to a new level with their characters.

Sorry if I missed anybody. Los Angeles is the home of the best graffiti artists in the world. I forsee great things in the year 2009!

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