NYE Pictures!


Thanks to everyone who got the downtown party done. The free dewars got some people a little too much fun. But god bless everyone. Thanks Dewars, MFG, Obey Giant, Rabbit Tusk, Brother Reade, Bobby Evans, Jason Stewart, Major Jamz, DJ franchise, Studio Number One and Dan Flores For making this all happen.

If you weren’t there you missed out on the best New Years Eve party that Los Angeles has ever seen.

Check out the pictures, http://westondeboer.com/gallery/evildoers.

LAweekly Detour Schedule

City Hall West Stage:
Beck
8:55 – 9:55PM

Basement Jaxx
7:00 – 8:00PM

Blonde Redhead
5:20 – 6:05PM

Of Montreal
3:45 – 4:30PM

Everybody Else
2:35 – 3:05PM

City Hall East Stage:
Queens
10:00 – 11:00PM

Peeping Tom
8:05 – 8:50PM

Red Kross
6:10 – 6:55PM

Blackalicious
4:30 – 5:15PM

The Like
3:05 – 3:45PM

Second Street Stage:
!!!
9:35 – 10:35PM

Kelly
9:25 – 9:35PM

Nortec Collective
7:55 – 9:00PM

The Elected
6:45 – 7:30PM

The Blood Arm
5:40 – 6:20PM

Oh No! Oh My!
4:30 – 5:15PM

Wired All Wrong
3:25 – 4:05PM

The Foundation
2:30 – 3:00PM

St Vibiana’s Church:
DJ Sets By:
Shepard Fairey
10:00 – 11:00PM

Vhs or Beta
8:00 – 10:00PM

Weird Science
6:00 – 8:00PM

Travis Keller
4:00 – 6:00PM

Bruce Purdew
2:30 – 4:00PM

Obey Clothing Sample Sale – 2006

Obey Clothing Sample Sale

Date: June 16th and June 17th

Its that time again, Obey Clothing is having there annual Sample Sale. So head on down to the OC and get yourself some T-shirts, Sportwear, Accessories, One of a kind samples and More!

Early arrival is important as the lines are always very long. Sounds provided by DJ Pubes and Elswhere.

The Origional Flyer can be seen in the Gallery, Here

The sample sale will be located at:
2313 S. Susan Street Santa Ana, CA 92704.

www.obeyclothing.com

Freight Train Graffiti

Freight
Freight Train Graffiti is the definitive history of a vibrant art form. Until now there was almost no written insight into this vast subculture, which inspires fascination across America and around the world. As dazzling as the art it celebrates, the book is packed with 1,000 full-color illustrations and features in-depth interviews with more than 125 train artists and “writers.” Hundreds of never-before-seen photographs span the style’s evolution, while the authoritative text from an all-star team of authors provides unprecedented perspective, including the first-ever written history of “monikers,” the precursors of graffiti, developed by hobos and rail workers to communicate en route. Bound to surprise graffiti artists, graphic designers, and urban culture buffs alike, this book will inspire anyone who has ever been interested in graffiti.

Roger Gastman and others will be signing the book at MOCA on Thursday June 8th at 5 o clock. Please come by and say hello.

You can buy the book at MOCA, or you can buy the book at Amazon.com.