Aerosol Warfare Rock the Lot! Artist Reception & Party!
SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING
Saturday, November 24, 2011 7pm – 11pm
FREE To Rock It!
Bring the Family!
Join us for our 2nd Annual Rock the Lot! Artist Reception & Party featuring a Street Art Mart, Art Exhibition and Party on Saturday, November 24th! Party it up with Artists, Artwork & many more artists!
Aerosol Warfare’s Open Street Art Mart features vendors, artists and informers such as An Etch Above, AZONE, Bill Davenport, City Soul Art, Copp One Clothing, GONZO247, NATE NASH, TOK and more to be announced who will be showing, selling or sharing their works with party goers on Saturday evening.
Featured visual artists in the main gallery area of Aerosol Warfare includes an art exhibition by DECK W.G.F. & GEAR A.W.K. The Life and Times of 2 Vandals that Live and Love Graffiti. 2 Different artists from 2 different cities vibing off the same thing, Graffiti. Their art represents what is all about letters and characters. WGF is the Clique 4Ever. Artwork on view and for sale Nov. 24, 2012 – Dec. 1, 2012.
A collaborative effort of entertainment featuring Bombón DJ Collective, Urban Movement, Reverend Butter of DLG Ice Factory, DownFall 2012, “Tag it Up” Live Automobile Spray Painting with GONZO247 & an Open Street Art Mart!
Shake your booty to the Ultimate Houston DJ Collective Bombón!! Houston’s Hottest Dance Party led by local celebrity DJ Gracie Chavez. Wish her a HAPPY BIRTHDAY this Saturday at ROCK THE LOT!
ABOUT DECK W.G.F.
Deck WGF is a graffiti writer/artist from Brooklyn, New York who has been working on his craft since 1985. His artistic styles are influenced by the graffiti artists from the late 70’s and 80’s era which is where he developed his strong passion and work ethic from. His belief in the graffiti itself means you must be a vandal first and there are consequences, and Deck has had several run in with law because of his love for his craft. He was labeled a street bomber during the late 90’s in New York because anywhere you go in the city you would see his tag. In 2000 Deck decided to divert his energy to the artistic side of graffiti from two color pieces to full out productions.