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New Print From Restitution Press & 1XRUN

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This piece features the Los Angeles Historic downtown, including Broadway St. in the heart of the city, along with the Los Angeles Theater and the Los Angeles River. Also in this piece is a 1930's Thomas guide. You can see some loose brush strokes combined with the details of photos to make for an expressive homage to the area where we are drawn to express ourselves. With a grey concrete background the art comes alive with color to highlight the foreground of the Los Angeles theater marquee." - Ryan Graeff (Restitution Press).

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Some of the proceeds of this print go to help bring TACO MADNESS to Downtown LA, so get this print now!!! Seriously, do it now because it's going to sell out soon.

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