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LA Art show – The VIP After Party

Following the opening of the LA Art Show this weekend, Hypebeast and Hi-Fructose correspondent photographer Brandon Shigeta attended the invite-only VIP after party at the new Ritz Carlton in downtown LA. As we previewed earlier, the party featured floor to ceiling installations by street art greats Mear One, Chor Boogie and Shark Toof, as well as some nice fine art pieces by Shepard Fairey. Hosted by the good folks over at the LA Art Machine, check out the party's festivities after the jump.

Shepard Fairey

Following the opening of the LA Art Show this weekend, Hypebeast and Hi-Fructose correspondent photographer Brandon Shigeta attended the invite-only VIP after party at the new Ritz Carlton in downtown LA. As we previewed earlier, the party featured floor to ceiling installations by street art greats Mear One, Chor Boogie and Shark Toof, as well as some nice fine art pieces by Shepard Fairey. Hosted by the good folks over at the LA Art Machine, check out the party’s festivities after the jump.

Chor Boogie and Mear One

Shark Toof

Warren and Arrested Motion‘s Khoi Nguyen

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