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Friday, August 29, 2014

Rock the Box: Orlando Weekly's second annual street box painting party

Posted By on Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 10:59 AM

Do you like the taste of the full-bodied flavor of Rolling Rock Beer? And would you like the chance to see an artist in action? Well then, we have the perfect event for you! Orlando Weekly and Rolling Rock have selected 3 local artists to turn once-nondescript street boxes into awe-inspiring works of art.

 Dan Perry lives in Orlando, Florida and his artwork can be found on a street near you. 

click to enlarge Last year's winner, Austin James.
  • Last year's winner, Austin James.

 

Emmanuel Gonzales is coming to us from West Palm Beach, Florida. He is currently an apprentice under Kevin Goff at Autumn Skye Art Gallery & Custom Tattoo. His custom art speaks for itself. 

click to enlarge 37 ways we got artsy at the Blue Moon Box Party
  • 37 ways we got artsy at the Blue Moon Box Party

 

Originally from Caguas, Puerto Rico Antonella Scarpatti now lives in Kissimmee, Florida.

click to enlarge Image via More than Sunshine
  • Image via More than Sunshine

All 3 artists will compete and paint LIVE at our Grand Finale Party.

When: 5 p.m.-9 p.m.  Wednesday, September 3

Where: The Hammered Lamb-1235 N Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida 32804

Reasons to come:

  • FREE hors d'oeuvres
  • $2 Rolling Rock
  • FREE train shots
  • Orlando Weekly prizes
  • INSANE Happy Hour Specials

A winner will be selected by a combination of attendee voting at the party and subjective judging from a panel! So make sure you come help your favorite artist win and of course drink some Rolling Rock!

More reasons to come:

**Event is free, but you must RSVP (click going) to this event page. Make sure to invite your friends**

And for your viewing pleasure, here's a picture of last year's winner.

click to enlarge Image via Emmanuel Gonzales
  • Image via Emmanuel Gonzales

 

 

 

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