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PEEL HERE 2007 ~ THIS SATURDAY!! @ The Ghetto Mansion ~ $5

12:07 PM PST on November 28, 2007

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    PEEL HERE 2007 ~ THIS SATURDAY @ The Ghetto Mansion ~ 2225 S. Olive St. Los Angeles, CA 90007 ~6PM-11PM~ALL AGES! ~ $5

    Sometimes we get comments asking about the events and parties we feature and how someone wished they'd known about it before the fact. Well, we're letting you know right now: THIS IS THE BIG ONE!!! Peel Here 2007, organized by the master himself, 'Sticky' Rick, will be the biggest sticker show Los Angeles has ever seen, with sticker art from all over the Earth gracing the surfaces of the Ghetto Mansion downtown.

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    One look at the invite above shows that this Saturday's party and art show will be combining everything that we hold dear, from tacos and beer to live music from The Leaf Blowers, The Sirens and DJs Gaslamp Killer and Kutmah, plus the local artists we admire and adore who beautify our city streets: UNSEEN, TIKI JAY, the ubiquitous RTH squad, SKULLPHONE, sticker king SERCH, Damon Robinson, Restitution Press, CONART, ZOSO, 7th Letter, 14-BOLT, ZAN E.LA, and 2-Cent, plus many more listed and many MANY more showing up. Plus, Hit n' Run Crew will do a free one-of-a-kind Peel Here mini-print for any one item you want to be printed on to, so bring a shirt and get a free Hit! And all this for only $5!!!

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    Big ups to 455, who will be busting out one of his massive sticker combos live and to Justin Kees, who will have some work on display as well, and both of who have been valued contributors to TACO. Biggest of all ups to Sticky Rick, who knows how to throw a jam, as he's demonstrated repeatedly at Hallowed Wheat Paste, Hung at the Ghetto Mansion parties, and Peel Heres past. This is an all-ages event, so bring ID if you're fixing to drink!

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    Don't miss this one Los Angeles!!! Enjoy some images from last year's show from the report we did...

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    I threw this together last year for Peel Here 'o6, it's a collage of different photos taken of stickers around the city on all kinds of surfaces by all kinds of artists and activists. I didn't have the resources to do one this year, but have plenty of images to make one when I do.

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    These are some of the dope full-color, vinyl stickers Rick has made for Zoombie Nation, Hit + Run Crew, and ENIK One. Rick has also made stickers for Independent Film Channel, The Henry Rollins Show, Obey, and of course is the only dude we'd ever want handling our stickers. We strongly recommend coming up with some of your own artwork orasking for Rick's help and expressing yourself through this beautiful, critical medium.

    Hit Rick up and get those stickers made!

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