Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects Celebrates Turning Twenty-One

Subliminal Projects, Shepard Fairey’s (@obeygiant) skateboard-company-turned-fine-art-gallery celebrated its 21st birthday last night in Echo Park. Artists that supported the gallery over the years filled the white walls with their works, free beers and ciders were flowing, and DJ bounced music off the halls. It looked like several of the pieces were from Shepard’s personal collection, like the Space Invader “Andre the Giant has a Posse” homage. Even Best Damn Art Blog added another Mark Drew piece to the collection. Pretty cool show.

Some of the artists displayed at the show included Shepard Fairey, obviously, Tristan Eaton (@tristaneaton), Invader (@invaderwashere), Albert Reyes, Mark Drew (@markchronic), Barry McGee, Dabs Myla (@dabsmyla), Jim Houser (@jimhouser), and Skullphone (@skullphone), among many, many others.

The show “Twenty-One” runs through July 15, 2017 at Subliminal Projects on 1331 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA, 90026.

“Young World (Slick Rick)” is a part of the BDAB collection!

Barry McGee, aka Twist

– Los Angeles, CA

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