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Artists Prime and BUMPS Open South-Central Studio to Public

5:00 AM PDT on August 22, 2018

    [dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]his past Sunday, artists Jose "Prime" Reza and Karlos "BUMPS" Marquez invited art patrons of greater Los Angeles to their studio in South Central. The event was set up by December 9th. L.A. Taco senior photographer Erwin Recinos was on hand at the studio space to capture the experience.

    A book shelf of art references and history lines theses shelves.

    The work space of both artists Karlos Marquez and Prime.

    Photographer, historian and the author of Graffiti LA: Street Styles and Art, Steve Grody (left) was on hand during the visit as Prime was given a demonstration of his calligraphy and hand-styles.

    From the entrance of the studio is a walk-in gallery space.

    For more information visit @decninth on IG or at their website, dec9th.com.

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