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Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter "Too Young" Exhibition

Party photographer Mark “The Cobrasnake” Hunter will be having an exhibition at the two flagship Ksubi stores in Australia on November 26 and 28. The Cobrasnake played a big role in photographing parties where he would take pictures at “hipster” functions all over Southern California, but then graduated on to more sophisticated events. I have seen this guy EVERYWHERE ranging from high-fashion events, to the backstage areas of concerts and festivals, to art openings. Anyway, if you are in AU, stop by to check some of his work.

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Solidified by SLAMXHYPE Presents “Bailout”

We have been working on this special labor of love for the last couple of months and all that time and effort has now manifested itself in the form of the first art exhibition curated by us here at SlamxHype. We have assembled a great cast of talent consisting of current bloggers on our site and people that we feature on a regular basis. Jeff McMillan, Michael Leon, Steven Daily, Anthony Lister, Kevin Lyons, Butcher Block, Misery, Andrew Pommier, Robert Abeyta Jr., Jon Dragonette, and Ekundayo have all created original art work especially for this group show and with the help of Nike Sportswear, BLENDS, Oakley, and Span of Sunset, we are able to present it to you. This is the first of what will be many events that are part of our new Solidified by SLAMXHYPE initiative. You can stay up to date on the latest developments, artist profiles, sponsor features and even coverage here at the ‘Solidified’ tab.

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Solidified by SLAMXHYPE Presents "Bailout"

We have been working on this special labor of love for the last couple of months and all that time and effort has now manifested itself in the form of the first art exhibition curated by us here at SlamxHype. We have assembled a great cast of talent consisting of current bloggers on our site and people that we feature on a regular basis. Jeff McMillan, Michael Leon, Steven Daily, Anthony Lister, Kevin Lyons, Butcher Block, Misery, Andrew Pommier, Robert Abeyta Jr., Jon Dragonette, and Ekundayo have all created original art work especially for this group show and with the help of Nike Sportswear, BLENDS, Oakley, and Span of Sunset, we are able to present it to you. This is the first of what will be many events that are part of our new Solidified by SLAMXHYPE initiative. You can stay up to date on the latest developments, artist profiles, sponsor features and even coverage here at the ‘Solidified’ tab.

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SLAP's Digital Departure Party

Slap Magazine will be launching their online magazine and to celebrate the occasion, they are throwing an event in San Francisco on December 6th. The function will feature a 20-person group art show featuring artists that have been featured in their Porfolio profiles. Artists such as: Don Pendleton, Jeremy Fish, Andy Jenkins, Ben Horton, Jason Jessee, Evan Hecox, Todd Bratrud, Michael Leon, Todd Francis, Jason Adams, Chris Pastras, Chris Johanson, Matt Irving, Ed Templeton, Daniel Mansson, Arto Saari, Jai Tanju, Mat O’Brien, Tony Cox,  and Taro Hirano will all be showcasing work at this event.

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SLAP’s Digital Departure Party

Slap Magazine will be launching their online magazine and to celebrate the occasion, they are throwing an event in San Francisco on December 6th. The function will feature a 20-person group art show featuring artists that have been featured in their Porfolio profiles. Artists such as: Don Pendleton, Jeremy Fish, Andy Jenkins, Ben Horton, Jason Jessee, Evan Hecox, Todd Bratrud, Michael Leon, Todd Francis, Jason Adams, Chris Pastras, Chris Johanson, Matt Irving, Ed Templeton, Daniel Mansson, Arto Saari, Jai Tanju, Mat O’Brien, Tony Cox,  and Taro Hirano will all be showcasing work at this event.

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