At today's Gamma Gallery Street Art Competition, the emphasis is on one thing: lettering style. "Some graffiti artists do a readable style, some do wild style," says Gamma, local muralist and organizer of the event. And their creativity will be what is judged in the competition.
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KOZE, EMIT, PAYER and other well-known artists from crews across Colorado will come out to do battle on a legal wall at 303 Lashley Street in Longmont, with the challenge opening up to the public at noon. Judging will wrap up around 6 p.m., with the best work chosen by the audience. Then a panel of graffiti-scene players and veterans will choose a winner. All artists will be competing for a large cash prize, plus runner-up swag provided by Day in the Lyfe magazine and All City Spray Paint.
Food and music will accompany the free, family-friendly competition, with everyone invited to cast a vote for his or her favorite artist. For more information on today's battle, visit www.facebook.com/gammagallery or call 720-429-2004.
Sat., June 2, 12-6 p.m., 2012