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ARTCRANK LAX at Orange 20 Benefitting LA Streetsblog

ARTCRANK LAX will feature hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by Los Angeles artists. Limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be available for $40 each.

UPDATE: Los Angeles, the wait is over. ARTCRANK is taking the City of Angels by storm on Saturday, December 8. And we’re doing it at the newly-minted Best Bike Shop in L.A. — Orange 20 Bikes. We’ll be packing the house with bike-inspired poster created by local artists and more fun than would be allowable by law anywhere else in the world.

We’re excited to announce the artists for our first-ever L.A. show. We can’t wait to see what the talented folks listed at right will come up with, and we’ll be sharing more about them and their work as the show draws closer.

Other things to look forward to: Craft beer by Widmer Brothers Brewing in ARTCRANK pint glasses. Bonus bike parking and bite-sized snacks from Clif Bar. And a stunning paper bike sculpture created by L.A.’s own Nona Varnado out of the best paper in the world — Neenah Paper.

If you’re new to this whole ARTCRANK thing, spend some time wandering our site to see what we’ve done inAustinDenverLondonMinneapolisPortlandSt. Louis, and San Francisco. Or jump over to our Flickr andVimeo pages for even more ocular enjoyment.

Please check back for updates, and follow ARTCRANK on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news.

Map: Orange 20 Bikes


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