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Bike Art + Craft Beer = An Awesome Saturday Night with ARTCRANK-LA

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ARTCRANK, a poster art exhibition and party dedicated to promoting bike culture in various cities, originated in Minneapolis in 2007, and made its debut in LA last year. ARTCRANK-LA returns tomorrow (Nov. 9) for its show at Space 15 Twenty from 4-10 pm featuring the works of more than 30 LA artists and designers.

Artists/collectives included in ARTCRANK-LA are: Adam Janusz & Shane Nehring, Alex Meiners, Andrew Holder, Amy de Leon, Ashira Siegel, Brian Johnson, Cache, Coby Gewertz, Dennis Bredow, Eyeone, Hero Handmade Goods, Joshua Hernandez, Julie Ziah, Justin Kizzart, LEEN, Leslie Kim, The Little Friends of Printmaking, Marco Zamora, Megan Lockhart, Mikolaj Wyszynski, Monica Heitz, Nicholas Zegel, Rob Brooks, Ron Thompson, Sarah Ehlinger, SEIZER-ONE, Swank One, Tom Gundred, Tommii Lim and Two Rabbits Studios.

The limited-edition, signed and numbered copies of hand-made, bike-inspired posters sell for $40 each. And if the art isn’t enough to entice you to come out, sales of a $5 craft beer glass from Widmer Bros will benefit local non-profit LA Streetsblog.

Admission to ARTCRANK-LA is free.

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ARTCRANK 2012 | Time Lapse from ARTCRANK on Vimeo.