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Travis Millard / Mel Kadel Art Opening on Saturday
A couple of very cool local artists have an opening this weekend. You might recoginize his work from graffiti and stickers around Echo Park/Silver Lake as well as Spin Magazine, Vans shoes, the hallway at Little Joy and album covers for Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Get Up Kids, New Amsterdams, etc. You might recognize her work from album covers by the Silversun Pickups, Irving and/or hanging on the walls of the Mustard Seed in Los Feliz.
new work by
Mel Kadel and Travis Millard
Richard Heller Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave. # B-5A
Santa Monica, CA 90404
opening Saturday, June 3rd, 5 - 7pm
running through July 1.
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