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Sawa Travel Diary Video Screening and Zine Launch Release Party

The premiere of Sawa Travel Diaries Vol 1 "Everything has led to this point" is this Sunday at the Cinefamily/Silent Movie theatre. The documentary was filmed by Sawa, a photographer/street artist from Los Angeles as she journeyed around the world doing her art, shooting beautiful women, and documenting the local graffiti and street art scenes.

You can catch the world premiere this coming Sunday in Hollywood at the Cinefamily/Silent Movie theatre. It is a private event so tickets can only be purchased through this website here. If you don't have a chance to purchase tickets before, the event will be on Sunday July 28th from 1pm-4pm. Tickets can be bought at the door. Early arrival is suggested, there will be complimentary drinks, the screening, and the exclusive Zine release that will include photos of some of todays best street art, graffiti and Suicide girls. The video above is the trailer for the documentary and below is some recent work from Sawa to really get you interested in this artistic divine feline. If you like girls, guts, and graffiti check out these videos and support Sawa!

SAWA :: WATERPARK from Jason Wawro on Vimeo.

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