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This is the archive for October 2011

Spotted this piece in the office of Sticky Rick. I had totally forgotten about this piece. I don't even remember when I made it, but stoked it still exists!

Oh geex, now Cache and Eyeone are up on Complex. (I ain't gonna front, the first time I went to N.Y., the first thing I did was nab me an Ecko jacket...)

Peep Complex's take on Occupy Wall Street-related graffiti here.

Cache and Eyeone (that's me!) got a brief shout-out over on The Huffington Post in an article about Los Angeles and mural policy.

Read the whole article here.

Express yourself inside AND out, at home or ON THE GO!!!

The Jesus & Mary Chain & Hope Sandoval - Sometimes Always

Found flick from '06 of a posse reppin' my Zapatista characters. Hellzyeah!

I spotted this wall by Hex TGO today. Dude's been getting busy! See it large here.

Back in 2005, I put out a special edition of Lost featuring graffiti I saw in a couple of neighborhoods in Mexico City. Above are some pages from the zine.

You can view the entire issue online here.

(I didn't post a print resolution version because the file is too big... that's what she said! But you can peep more Mexico City graffiti here.)

Other issues of LOST available for viewing/download:

• Issue 0001 available here.
• Issue 0002 available here.
• Issue 0003 available here.
• Issue 0004 available here.
• Issue 0005 available here.

I caught the Broken Windows Theory art show organized by CBS and LORDS over the weekend and (as always) forgot my camera. I snapped as many shots as I could with the ol' cell phone, and here are some the less out-of-focus ones. The art was great and catching up with a bunch of cool peeps was also fresh.

I'm one of the participating artists in Exhibit Terror at Em's Artist Cafe in Culver City. Info below:

Exhibit Terror
October 15 through October 31, 2011

Opening Reception:
October 15, 2011 | 6-11 PM

Em's Artist Cafe
2926 La Cienega Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Featuring work by a ton of dope artists including Evol, Kopye, Sloth, Dreye, Muter, Kyote, Eyeone, Xpres, Moz, Ohgie, Uter, Maps and many more.

LeHumanBeing and I had the chance to peep Gajin Fujita's solo exhibition at L.A. Louver last night. Gajin's work is a fresh amalgamation of his experiences and background, from his Japanese heritage to his involvement in shaping L.A.'s early graffiti history as a member of pioneering crews KGB and K2S.

Gajin Fujita: Made in L.A.
October 13 - November 12, 2011

L.A. Louver
45 North Venice Boulevard
Venice, California 90291 | (310) 822-4955

Open Tuesday-Saturday | 10 AM-6 PM

Tanner Goldbeck aka Racecar13 is one of the sickest artists I know and one of the raddest peeps as well. Here's some of his trademark skull work with a video of him busting one out in the most analog of ways: a pencil (remember those?)

Peep his website here.
Peep his blog here.

CicLAvia '11 from Swank One on Vimeo.

CICLAVIA 2011 from MODEM on Vimeo.

In case you missed CicLAvia 2011, you can peep these vids by Swank and Modem to get a good idea of what it was like. L.A. street minus cars equals a big win for all!

Cache and I painted this mural in Echo Park over the weekend as a tribute to the people participating in the Occupy L.A. actions. The sun was setting when I took these flicks, but you get the point. Peep the whole wall larger here.

Uplift by Eyeone
18" x 24" | Two-color Silkscreen
Edition of 50 | Signed and numbered

• $50 U.S. (Free shipping) Sold out!

• $60 International (Free shipping) Sold out!

Photographer OGs Eriberto Oriol and his son Estevan Oriol are launching a showing of their work tonight, info below:

Like Father Like Son
Photography by Eriberto and Estevan Oriol
October 1-29, 2011

Opening Reception:
Saturday October 1, 2011 | 6-9 PM

Carmichael Gallery
5795 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232