Kill the Kool Art Show Photos


Kristan Svitak held the Kill The Kool art show at the Oceanside Museum of Art last Friday celebrating the influence of 1980s skateboarding and punk rock. Featuring Jason Adams, Dave Hackett, Lance Cyril Mountain, Kris Markovich, Mouse, Daniel Creadon, Miki Vuckovich and Peter Whitley with live music and interactive art. Here are some photos of Killing the Kool.



Kristian Svitak and Jason Adams


Jason Adams stencil work






Mouse was there spraying




Dave Hackett art


Daniel Creadon art


Shaun Ross was there cutting hair and anything else


Peter Whitlley art


Interactive board graphic art room


Live art by Kris Markovich






Lance Cyril Mountain paintings


Miki Vuckovich photographs


The Skatanic Rednecks performed upstairs


The Flytraps


The Last Of The Bad Men (featuring the Godoy brothers)

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