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Smogtown Presents Trece ~ Tonight!

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Every Trece show has been one of the best of the year, don't miss tonight's at Plaza de la Raza, which is said to be the last one. Many of our favorite artists will have art on display and for sale, including hand-painted skateboards from Gajin Fujita, Satterugly and more.

3540 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles CA. More info here. Keep reading for some more images and the official announcement.

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TRECE - OPENING RECEPTION (Dec 12th, 2014 - 7pm to 1am @ PLAZA DE LA RAZA)

Smogtown is proud to present the final show of the "TRECE" series. The culmination of years of hard work will be showcased @ Plaza De La Raza on Friday, Dec 12th from 7pm to 1am. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend. Hand painted skate decks will be showcased at the Boathouse Gallery overlooking the lake at Lincoln Park. Each artist created 13 decks that will be available for purchase from Smogtown. All works will be on a first come, first serve basis.

Ricardo Estrada, EVOL, Gajin Fujita, RETNA and SATTER UGLY will have their hand painted decks displayed in the gallery. All of the previous artists who have been a part of the "TRECE" series will also have their work proudly featured as well. Decks by Chaz Bojorquez, DEFER, PRIME, BIG SLEEPS, Miguel Felipe, Martin Doherty, GERMS and Rafa Cardenas will be available for sale.

The "TRECE" series has been a groundbreaking effort by Smogtown & all of the artists involved. Making original artwork both accessible and affordable has always been one of the primary goals. The evolution of this effort has come to fruition due to all parties involved, with the artists manifesting the concept in way that have continued to push things further in the artistic community & art world in general.

Plaza De La Raza has always supported the arts & the community. Besides the long & storied history behind it, the current endeavors show that the continued mission is being accomplished. The venue and the show could not be a more perfect mix. The last show had a reception that was amazing & this year should be even bigger & better. We look forward to you all joining us as yet another pivotal event in not only Los Angeles, but the amazing artistic revolution occurring worldwide.

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