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Blood Is The New Black Celebrates 5th Anniversary at Silverlake Art Crawl

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As part of the Silverlake Art Crawl, LA-based t-shirt line Blood Is The New Black celebrates it's fifth anniversary by debuting a collection of original works by emerging artists at the Junc Gallery tonight at 7 p.m. Founder and line curator, Mitra Khayyam commissioned this exhibition of original works from artists who have designed for the company. Music will be provided by DJ Demonbabies.

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