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Benjie Escobar’s “CHILL” opens this Friday @ The Seventh Letter Flagship Store and Gallery

3:47 PM PDT on June 18, 2015

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In case your're wondering what to do this Friday night Benije Escobar and The Camera Creeps will be showcasing their most recent work at the Seventh Letter Flagship Store and Gallery in the fine city of Los Angeles. Benjie and the Camera Creeps represent the best of the current L.A. art scene and are contributing to this city every day. We’re excited to see Benjie’s illustrations and the Creeps  all-film photography. I’m not a betting woman but I’m pretty sure if you check out this show you won’t be sorry! See you this Friday Los Angeles.

For more info you can visit the artist's Instagram and site

Benjie Escobar : Instagram and Site

Camera Creeps: Instagram and Site

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