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The Draculas – POW! WOW! Long Beach

Artists Jeff McMillan and Gary Musgrave have joined forces to become The Draculas. The duo returned to Long Beach for the 2016 POW WOW event, painting another spooky and intriguing mural that they hope sparks conversation and story ideas among those who pass by.

You can check it out for yourself at the Westin Hotel on 333 Ocean Ave. Long Beach, California. Check out the video above, made by Scott Nichols, for insight into the process...

Credits

POW WOW is an annual week-long event celebrating culture, music, and art. (powwowlongbeach.com)

Director / Cinematographer / Editor: Scott Nichols (vimeo.com/scottnichols)
Produced By: SICKBOAT Creative Studios (sickboat.com)

Supported By:
RVCA & The Artist Network (rvca.com/anp)
Montana Cans (montana-cans.com)
The Westin Hotel, Long Beach (westinlongbeachhotel.com)
Long Beach Museum of Art (lbma.org/)
Visit Long Beach (visitlongbeach.com)

Music By:
Artist: Fresh Dirt
Song: Underground Exhibition (DJ Mix)
Website: soundcloud.com/fresh-dirt

Artist: Richard Houghten
Song: On
Website: bloomypetal.bandcamp.com/

Artist: Crown City Krooks
Song: Just A Little Bit
Website: crowncitykrooks.bandcamp.com/releases

Follow The Draculas: (@thedraculas)

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