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TIKI JAY Heads For Sale!!!!

6:05 AM PDT on June 13, 2007


TIKI JAY ONE has been sprucing up the Westside for a while now with his Easter Island-flavored stencils and fun Tiki and retro-flavored improvements in the form of prints, freeway throw-ups, and stickers, among the more experimental mediums he has explored and advanced on our streets. Now comes your turn to let him give your home, garden, bar, or rumpus room the same treatment with these cool 9-inch, 10-lb. heads made by the artist himself. They are in the same style and build as the classic heads Tiki Jay's been affixing to city structures, and are a must for fans and serious street art collectors.

If you'd like to purchase one or inquire seriously (as in no 'Hey Jay, I want head' jokes), contact the artist at And you bet your sweet azz you should tell 'em TACO sent ya!

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