Photo by G. Art by Chad Muska.
Free Revok by Chad Muska
Spotted by my old apartment on Fairfax. Skateboarder turned street artist Chad Muska is doing his part to help emancipate fellow artist Revok who has been sentenced to 180 days in jail and is facing enormous legal fees. It’s really great that the art community is stepping up to bail out one of their own. I wish that kind of love was contagious across the world!
Art Is Not A Crime by Chad Muska
This piece is dedicated to graffiti artist Revok who is currently locked up for creating art.
Photo courtesy of 1xRun. Art by Askew.
In case you hadn’t heard, graffiti artist Revok was arrested in Los Angeles and sentenced to 180 days in jail. To help pay for legal fees against these ridiculous charges (remember: writing on walls = bad and screwing the public with shady business transactions on Wall Street = perfectly fine), the art community is banding together. 1xRun is offering a super limited print from artist Askew and all the proceeds will be donated to Revok’s legal defense fund. The print is only $60 and it comes numbered and signed by the artist. Only 150 have been made, so this is a steal! Please help this cause and add to your art collection by visiting 1xRun and purchasing this limted edition print. Please spread the word about these ridiculous charges against Revok by tweeting with the hash tag #freeREVOK. Remember, what good is having a voice if you don’t use it?