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Steel Giants ~ March 10th at GCS Pomona

Saturday March 10th 2012 ~ GCS Clothing Store ~ 168 West. 3rd St. Pomona

"Steel Giants"

A Freight Train Graffiti Group Show
Featuring Trains By:

ARBE LTS KOG
MENSO 7th Letter
GLORY 7th letter
BOISE CBS
ZANE WCA
CHEFE BOSW
RABET CBS
EVOLVE WCA
EYESER AUB CBS
AWFUL RTD CBS
VOGEY DF RTD ATT
VOMETO ATT BTR
PHAME AMFM 2DX
SELCYIS AUB
ROAR CBS
RYOE AUB CBS
TOKEN RTD
STRIKE 1 RTD DBZ WH
PASER MFK LAWS
VELCRO MFK STS
CZER CBS NASA
BIG 5 BA FU
WINK FU FGS
KASI CBS
JASE BA
PIER KYT TBK
THANX UTI WAI
OMEX SLUTS
PHIB UTI
ROTEN SKA
LOYER RXR FGS
OWEL SLUTS
SWAB UTI
NEED SKA
DERSE SKA
RVEE SLUTS
FEAR UTI
BLAIR
FUEGO KND PBK
RIME MSK
SABER AWR
RUKUS WGS
GIANT BA
KING157 RTM TDK
HILO MTA STS
CRISE911 OFA STP FDK
FRED WGS
VOX WGS
KOED UTI ITW
DEPH TDF
And A Lot More.

We will be showing Trains, Paintings, Drawings, Photos and More

Opening Reception Start at 6pm til 10pm
This event is FREE to attend and open to all.

"Art Exhibit in Celebration of Be Be GCS' Birthday."

GCS POMONA
168 West. 3rd St.
Pomona CA, 91766

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