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Give Large - An Art Exhibition

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LAist attended opening night last night for an art exhibition that is to take place THIS WEEKEND ONLY, at the Hollywood & Highland complex. Huh, you say? Art at Hollywood & Highland? We were unsure too, and wandered around the complex until we saw a flash of light and small red carpet and thought, "Oh...that's where it is." Back by the Starbucks and CPK, Give Large is a take off of Living Large, H&H's mantra, you know the thing with the elephants. If you're holiday shopping this weekend or in the area, stop by, it's a cool little exhibit and totally worth your while.

Six Los Angeles artists have reinterpreted LIVE LARGE in their own unique style. These works are on display and for sale during this five-day exhibit running through Sunday (12/10). 50% of all art sales and 100% of poster sales go towards Reaching to Embrace Arts. They also have a "make your own T-shirt" section for $20 with pre-selected silk screen imprints you can chose from and mix and match.

And props to the local artists: David Kinsey, Saiman Chow, HVW8, Hozyndan, Dan Monick, Sage Vaughn (amazing!), Buff Monster, Jessica Miller and Cody Hudson.