Face to Face: 25 Years Art Exhibit & Book Signing - Friday, January 12, 2018

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Face to Face: 25 Years of SoCal Punk” art exhibit will run at The Spring Arts Collective in downtown Los Angeles from January 10-27th.

The exhibit features artwork created for Face to Face over the last 25 years including illustrations and photography by Shepard Fairey, Stephen Stickler,Jim Evans (aka TAZ), corey miller (LA Ink), Kevin Baldes (Lit), and Jeffrey Everett. The artwork is featured in the limited–edition coffee table book, “Face To Face: 25 Years of SoCal Punk, The Visual History” released December 1, 2017 by publishers Melodic Virtue.

On January 12th, Sugar Press will host the exhibit opening from 7pm-9pm with Trever Keith and Scott Shiflett (Face to Face) and Aaron Tanner (Melodic Virtue) on hand to sign books. A limited number of books will be available for purchase. Some of the artists listed above and more will be in attendance as well to sign their work.

The Spring Arts Collective is located in The Last Bookstore at 453 S Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles.
Sunday - 10AM–9PM
Monday -Thursday 10AM–10PM
Friday - Saturday 10AM–11PM


Kevin Baldes (Lit)
Elena Bundy
Kalynn Campbell
Jim “TAZ” Evans
Jeffrey Everett
Enemy Ink
Shepard Fairey
Todd Fixler
Hooter Hicks
Corey Miller (LA Ink)
Billy Skelly
Stephen Stickler
Aaron Tanner
Andrew Vastagh
Lou Xray

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