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Originals Magazine Presents Here For a Reason ~ Opens Saturday

1:22 PM PDT on August 11, 2016

This Saturday night you can catch the opening of “Here for a Reason” an art show celebrating Originals Magazine’s 2nd  issue release this year. The creative minds at Originals Magazine rounded up an all-star studded cast of artists to collaborate and create one of a kind pieces for all to enjoy.

OM ISSUE2 COVER finalweb (1)Artists on the show include Benjie Escobar, Rich West Koast, Tamara Santibanez, Chula Face, Little Annie Motel, El Oms, Night Da Funksta, Robert James Almost, and LA Taco’s own head Photographer Erwin Recinos as he’ll be releasing a highly anticipated collaboration piece with up and coming artist Rosie One.

LITTLEANNIEMOTEL X RICHWESTKOAST  LATACOWithout a doubt this event will be hosted at the ever so colorful and popping gallery known as Shop Mi Vida in Highland Park. Make your way down to Shop Mi Vida this Saturday if you want to get glimpse into the past as York blvd will be transformed into a street filled with Classic Cars and chromed out low riders. View the flier below for all the need to know details!


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