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1:07 PM PST on February 27, 2008


    The question we get asked more than anything from people who enjoy the avalanche of cool artwork shown on our site and city walls is "How do I buy prints and pieces from artists whose shit I see on the streets?" While we don't really appreciate the foul language, we understand the desire to spackle your apartments with the cool and meaningful design work produced by L.A.'s brightest stars.

    Another great answer was provided to us when 2-Cents introduced TACO to Paperworks Laboratories, an online store where handmade silkscreen prints, handmade books, and products are available for sell by incredible print artists both local and far-off. One visit to Paperwork' site gave us access to new and exciting work by Los Angeles' 20 MG, BRANDED, SMEAR, 14-BOLT, PROJECT RABBIT, and 2-CENTS himself, as well as San Fran's awesome AKO and our favorite Austin paperpals Catherine Dudley and Billy Bishop.

    A killer new resource for artists and fans to come together, we only imagine the roster of talent to grow over the next few months, bringing us a super group of all-stars in print design and poster making.

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