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Peel Here 2006 ~ Make Your Mark ~ The Ghetto Mansion

9:32 AM PST on December 12, 2006

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Oh sheeit! Stickier than the floor of the departed Pussycat Theatre, Peel Here 2006 at the Ghetto Mansion was a feast for the eyes. Curated, planned, hosted, and livelied up by sticker guru Sticky Rick and his army of sticker elves, the mansion was covered in stickers from all the world and elsewhere. Along with stickers and writing from familiar LA legends like Enik, Branded, 20 Mg, Unseen, Robots Will Kill, and the prolific Rth crew, were contributions from the international spectrum of sticker artists. Aside artwork for sale and the mind-warping beats of DUBSTAR3000 and MadOn keeping the mostly hooded heads rocking, Rick had killer tacos up the culo, as well as wise words, handshakes, and bearhugs for the myriad unmasked street superheroes who passed him by. Everyone needs quality stickers, and therefore, everyone needs Rick, who is the best in the adhesive biz.

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This is a blurry photo of part of the TACO collage made from 150 photos of some of the best stickers TACO had found in Los Angeles through the year, many of which have never been on our pages.
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This giant 3-D 20 mg. bottle was dope!!! If only it was full of Diazepam, I could have knocked some of my family's Xmas shopping off the list.

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BRANDED

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