Who you calling Cheap?
No, that’s the name of the show, silly.
Bushwick Open Studios is this weekend, and of course that means that in between scattered studio visits and avant garde performances you will have to go to bars in the ‘hood to soak up that local D.I.Y. flavor. Conveniently, there will be art there too.
Not to be confused with the Kings County Bar Association, the name of the bar is Kings County (so is the county by the way) and the ever morphing roster for this round of ELC mayhem is: RoyceBannon, Anera, infinity, Celso, Abe Lincoln Jr., Ad Deville, Matt Siren, and Dark Clouds.
Brooklyn Street Art: What themes have you been working with?
Royce Bannon: The theme is ELC on a smaller scale, collabos, transmissions, hot chicks, and monsters
Brooklyn Street Art: Who has more fun? Monsters or voluptuous babes?
Royce Bannon: I think that when you combine monsters and voluptuous babes the only outcome is fun… its been proven.
Brooklyn Street Art: Will you be serving cheap shots?
Royce Bannon: Shots are cheap.
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