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Truxtapoz @ Melt Gallery


Grind King is proud to announce their upcoming show for the NEW Limited Edition Artist Series skateboard truck line that came out this fall.

In the skate community, art and design are seen mainly on decks, but Grind King Truck Co. has branched out and taken truck design one step further. Grind King has scoured the world to find innovative and talented up-and-coming artists to participate in this new truck design project, they have collected an amazing group of artists who work in many mediums; graffiti artists, toy designers, painters, etc.

Truxtapoz will feature more than 20 artists from around the world, including Sket One, Mike Kershnar, Mildred, Justin Barry, Denny Smyth, Jesse LeDoux, Jason Maloney, Mike Maxwell, Josh Taylor, Matt Dobson, Downtimer, Nico Berry, Deli, Taqua, Sean Chilson, Griffin One, Dumperfoo, Analog Memory, Nelson Keene, and Zoso.

The launch party will be held at Meltdown Comics/Melt Gallery: a key component in the cultural sphere of Los Angeles. Exhibits include local and international established and emerging artists who work in graphic novel/comic art, designer toys, graffiti/aerosol painting, photography, illustration, and digital artwork.

GDP Clothing, along with other like-minded companies, will be showing one of a kind works ranging from Limited run screened posters, Clothing lines, and original art pieces.

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