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From 8 Bits to Acrylics

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Gallery Nineteen Eighty Eight and ACME Game Store open their exhibit of art inspired by classic home video gaming tomorrow evening. i am 8 bit features a wide variety of artwork from dozens of artists including some of our favorites like Katie Rice and Nick Catchdubs (of Catchdubs.com and The FADER Magazine). The opening is hosted by Gerardo. Yes, that Gerardo. Some Suicide Girls will be there too but we're talking about "Rico Suave" here.The number to RSVP and hopefully avoid the line is (323) 937-7088. The opening and reception runs from 7 PM til 11 PM.

Duck Hunter S Thompson by Tim Tomkinson.