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Behind the Scenes with Dabs and Myla pt. 2

The last time we went behind the scenes with the Australian duo Dabs and Myla, the artist couple was celebrating their transplant to Los Angeles with a show at Thinkspace (seen here). Later this evening (Friday, February 18th) the two will be showing at M Modern gallery in Palm Springs alongside Shag and Netherland for their new body of work, 'Double Diamond'. Hi-Fructose has received a nice look at some behind the scenes shots of the recently completed murals, custom painted dinnerware and new paintings. Check it all out after the jump.

The last time we went behind the scenes with the Australian duo Dabs and Myla, the artist couple was celebrating their transplant to Los Angeles with a show at Thinkspace (seen here). Later this evening (Friday, February 18th) the two will be showing at M Modern gallery in Palm Springs alongside Shag and Netherland for their new body of work, ‘Double Diamond’. Hi-Fructose has received a nice look at some behind the scenes shots of the recently completed murals, custom painted dinnerware and new paintings. Check it all out below.

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