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photo by Stu Paul of Hamster Valhalla


After a drunk driver destroyed the front portion of her movement studio, Linda Lack was faced with reconstruction, city regulations and not having a space.

One year later her studio was ready to open and destiny brought these two together with the STREET ART piece named after GMA, “Tuyen, Kids and Tree” installed by INKSAP onto the decimated wall.

This piece came to Linda at a time of unpredictability with the obstructionist tactics of the City. But the morning she saw the art, she knew all was going to be well.

With their shared ENERGY, they will harvest it into an art documentary in celebration of these two artists and the clashing of their worlds.

photo by Stu Paul of Hamster Valhalla

Project Us – In the Streets

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