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12:43 PM PDT on June 19, 2007


Taco had the pleasure of visiting the A+D museum for a huge album release event called "From L.A. with Love...," across from the great LACMA. This event rocked with artists like RETNA, CHAZ, DEZ EINSWELL , a live photo booth for all, and everybody's favorite screen printing phantoms......"HIT & RUN" (Mike C & Brandy Flower). Live music and good vibes flowed all night. Heads from everywhere made it to enjoy a great night of drinking while indulging themselves in L.A. art! I had the pleasure chatting it up with Gaslamp Killer, MEAR ONE, ZUELA, A. GHOST, SUBHUMANOID RTH, and all took the time to give us Taco members free stickers. This was one true event any person from L.A would of been proud to attend. Thanks again to the HIT&RUN crew for all their support and love! Peace...

heads chilling
455 was here...
custom Video games
Mark of the Beast
455ER was there mobing stickers, shhhhhh.....
hit&run booth
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