Along with over 30+ artists, I was invited by my friend Andy Mueller from The Quite Life to be in this ping pong paddle art show at Port in Long Beach during Agenda. At first, I wasn't sure if I wanted to be, I've never really done any other stuff than simply photography but it was for sure a fun arts and crafts thing to do. Long story short, I figured out a way to transfer photos onto wood. Thanks to google and the stay-at-home DIY moms out there for the tutorials :) I also had my good old buddy Chris Scholz help me with figuring out a design for the handle portion of the paddle.
Check out photos below from the night!
Here's the long line up of artists. I'm not worthy!
Rolled out with a posse!
But first, we stopped next door at The Socialist. Incredible burgers and what not, this is a photo of The Napolean burger.
ever seen the movie? you know...
Andy Jenkins with his awesome piece.
Andy Mueller's paddle.
More paddles! the homie Nathan Bell is the piece on white.
Henry Jones had a rad paddle, two actually!
Oh hey, there's my paddle :)
the games were intense.
Don Brown sighting.
éS Footwear Koston plug
more people came through the later hours.
art spectators spectating on art.
Clint Peterson's piece.
what's up Andy! (Mueller)
I spy more women...
I was lurking by my paddle to hear what people say about it at one point. These ladies said nice things...
Mikendo, Rob, & Daniel.
this one was sick
this one is an actual working electric guitar.
Plugged into in amp & power supply.