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Recap: Atomik x Cab One ~ GCS Santa Ana

10:02 AM PST on November 18, 2015

Cab One from Los Angeles and Atomiko in from Miami collaborated this past weekend for an opening at GCS Santa Ana in Orange County. To mark this opening, a print release collaboration was produced, showing Atomik’s iconic orange character with can in hand painting a CAB throw up. The white ink on black paper gives it a distinct look, and both artists added hand embellishments to each print.

While in town the Miami native released a tee shirt with Smog City Clothing, painted in Venice Beach, and at The Container Yard. He also made a stop to Gardena and paid a visit to Slick's recently opened Big Dick’s Hardware. Just another busy week for an traveling artist making his mark in the city of angels. Check out our interview with Atomiko, to date one of the only ones he's given.

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