It is always great to meet new people and gather with old friends for a Paloma (drink) or two, and Gypset Magazine’s Street Art Series is the perfect opportunity to be part of amazing nights full of magic and talent. Magic is the only word to describe what goes on in a four hour period wherein three blank canvas tranform in true visions of the three talented artists that portray their perspective about the day of the dead. Although our three participants from yesterday’s live art competition Carol Friend, Danny Cee, and Steve Correa are all winners one was chosen by the attendees. Yesterday’s winner was Danny Cee who took home $500 courtesy of El Jimador Tequila who is a great supporter or local art. Additionally, the creations of the participants will be displayed at the second edition of El Velorio, which is the largest day of the dead art exhibit in Los Angeles a true cultural happening that will be taking place this coming November 7, 2015 at Plaza De La Raza.
Cool vibes, a great display of art, giveaways of exclusive items such as a VIP tour to the Disney Ink & Paint Department by the only inker the company, the curator of these art series and superb artist Antonio Pelayo, a Primitive skateboard autographed by Paul Rodriguez, and a beautiful limited edition print of Frida Kahlo by Antonio Pelayo, plus a variety of gifts courtesy of El Jimador and Gypset Magazine just to show our guests how much we appreciate their support were part of the night.
These Street Art series will continue supporting and promoting local talent and the next stop is at La Cuevita (little cave) in Highland Park on October 25, 2015. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy an evening filled with arts, culture, music, food, delish signature drinks, and an exclusive live painting competition to which you will be the witness and judge. We hope to see you next time visit www.gypsetmagazine.com for more information.