Bunny M (photo © Jaime Rojo)
Friday, October 7th 2011
2762 Walnut St
Denver, CO 80205
This fundraiser event will be happening in Denver, CO on Friday October 7th. There will be individual large scale mural installations by 3 different artists in a beautiful 6,000sq ft warehouse space in Denver’s River North Art District (inside the building Street Artist Square will be painting a mural live and Street Artist Theo will be doing a large stencil. Bunny M is currently working on an extremely large poster to install live that night on an outdoor wall measuring 48’x14′). They are all contributing this effort to do something that is new here (a poster this size has never been put up in this town in my lifetime) and to provide funds gathered this evening to a local children’s charity that encourages at risk youth to experiment with art.
Info about the artist Theo: http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2011/07/jack_was_here_interview.php
Info about the artist Square: http://www.fatcap.com/artist/square.html
Info about bunny M: http://www.bunnym.com/
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