The actual show closes this sunday, so you have a few days left to see it. But above are cupcakes by bigmanbakes. He's a huge dude and bakes tiny cupcakes. He's in downtown LA. That's how the night started, staring at these cupcakes. It was raining, but 600 people made it out which is a decent crowd. Imagine, some of the openings don't bring in 600, so this worked out well for a closing night. At three months, this was a fun show, a lot of people came through, it was super nice to meet folks who were either inspired by or do art. I got a lot of congrats, and I'm glad people had a good time. The Japanese American National Museum will be open through sunday.
That's The Binges / GR Table. Honest Tea also set up and gave away some drinks. See the hand at the bottom right? That's a beer, but there was no beer there. Hmmm...
Half of The Binges.
Albert Reyes drawing.
James Jean, Gary Baseman, and Denise Gray. Gary texted a congrats. That was nice.
DJ Puffs. I want one of those speakers she has on the right.
The Choe, Bobby and Enna.
Raina, Albert and John Pham. Albert got a camera finally.
Ali and Me. Someone should make a movie called that.
Ben Clark photo.
Monica and Souther. I finally made it upstairs and lo and behold, Souther was there.
Uh oh forgot her name, and Aaron Brown.
Aw how am I supposed to remember? Amir and Calvin are on the right.
That's me, Jessica (Perfect Day in Hawaii Jessica), and Chris.
Ako, Rob and James drawing while The Binges played.
The Binges rocked it. The lead singer came late, after the first instrumental, and they played on until after 9pm - closing time.
Kat, gets a drawing by Rob Sato. Her collection must be large. That's Pryor in the middle.
Anna Serrano and her friend. Anna has a piece in the show.