Sweet Tooth: Super Sweet Group Show Report

Last Saturday, Munky King was the place to be. Their opening reception for Crowded Teeth’s ‘Super Sweet Group Show’ was poppin’.

Sweet Streets, in collaboration with Crowded Teeth curated an amazing group show with artists such as: Luke Chueh, Eimi, Miso, Martin Hsu, NICO, Mizna Wada, Angry Woebots, among many talented artists.

All of the art was inspired by the works of Crowded Teeth. Of course, we had a little hand in pushing the magic into the world wide web.

The show was a collection of coloful, magical, and cute that only Crowded Teeth could inspire.

We don’t know what was the best part, the art, the magical Crowded Teeth Cupcakes, or the awesome food from Lomo Arigato!

photo by Shannon Cottrell

We do however, want to thank everyone who came out to support this amazing show, and a big thanks to Saporro, who sponsored the event.

If you’re interested in seeing more of the art, the show is running at Munky King until September 7, 2011. So what are you waiting for? Get your booties down there.

If you’re unable to make it, but want to purchase some of the gorgeous artwork, it is all available on the Munky King website.

Thanks again everyone for supporting the show, and we hope to see you at the next event!

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LAWEEKLY.com Slide Show by Shannon Cottrell


Brawl Ball With A Side of Toast

March 13th, was a busy evening for Bubble Punch! We hopped from one end of town to another for events that night.

The night started at Japan LA, for a festive party was being thrown in honor of Mr. Toast! Artwork, plushies, and goodies in hand-drawn bags were the lure for this inventive artist party! Even Mr. Toast himself made an apperance to dance around the clock with his fans!

Awesome Mr. Toast decorations in the party space JapanLA provded next to their shop.

Chubby Bunny and Mr. Toast. WHICH ONE IS WHICH?

Over at Good Hurt, the cast of There Will Be Brawl convened to celebrate the last episode of their popular web series. Bubble Punch commandeered the event coordination of the night, for a night of fun.

Attendees spent the evening dancing to the talented DJ’s tunes, and watching amazing performances by the Megas and Yuki Shundo Dance Crew. To top it off,  there was a bit of beverage entertainment provided by the nurses (bartenders) at Good Hurt.

Vanessa Walton (left), Brawl photographer Greg DeStefano (center), and Joellen Elam AKA Princess Zelda (right) relax in the VIP room.

The Yuki Shundo Dance crew was amazing in this video game-themed dance performance that had the crowd roaring!

More photos from both events can be found on our Flickr here! or to the left on the side bar.

Thank you again to everyone who came out to the events!