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Antonio Brasko "BRANDALISM" @ The Seventh Letter Recap

A familiar name ’round these parts as catalyzed with our excursion to Portland last year, designer Antonio Brasko has continued on to host his own exhibition at The Seventh Letter Gallery in Los Angeles. The show, cleverly dubbed “BRANDALISM,” is an extension of the branded spray can project we’ve seen from Brasko in the past. The exhibit is the sum of oversized prints and can designs, all meant as a creative study on the parallels between graffiti and corporate branding. “BRANDALISM,” which opened on March 8, attracted a diverse crowd of attendees – perfectly fitting with the wide-ranging overtones of the show itself. Enjoy a brief recap above, and if in the Los Angeles area before March 22, be sure to stop by The Seventh Letter to experience the show in person.

The Seventh Letter
346 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
United States

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