The Sonos Studios is an acoustically-designed gallery in the heart of Los Angeles that celebrates music listening. So basically that means Sonos Studios is all about the music and they know how to throw killer parties. That means I’m down with Sonos Studios.
This weekend, Sonos Studios invited me to attend the first ever career retrospective of iconic 1960s counter-cultural artist Marijke Koger-Dunham. My response? I ain’t mad at that. Lez- go !
This multitalented artist from Holland is a legend in art history, her most notable contribution being the album artist for The Beatles. Remember the walls of the Beatles’ “APPLE” cultural center in London? Ya, her flava is all up in that.
Sonos Studios: We don’t play gamessssss.
Can you tell I’m excited to be hurr?
Some crazy cool artwork by Ms. Loveliness herself. Looks like some dance moves featured in the Renaissance movement? I dig it.
And of course, what’s the event without some awesome music? Legendary musician Booker T Washington showed what he’s got.
Brooker T Washington: Skillz that pay the bills for days.
Awesome skate decks lining as wallpaper? Why didn’t I think of that?!
Lesson Learned: Sonos Studios parties = great evening
Photo Credit: COBRA SNAKE