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Mr. Brainwash's Art Show 2011

After some uncertainty into its launch, Mr. Brainwash was able to go ahead with a massive art show

After some uncertainty into its launch, Mr. Brainwash was able to go ahead with a massive art show just recently. The Los Angeles exhibition took full advantage of copious amounts of available spacing to offer the opportunity for many from various walks of life to showcase their works. Despite the controversy and sometimes disdain that surrounds Mr. Brainwash, this interview casts the creative in a different light as he genuinely comes across as somebody who’s looking to promote art through his own methods.

A full show recap can be seen here.

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