In Praise of the Street Art Inside the International Church of Cannabis

In Praise of the Street Art Inside the International Church of Cannabis

For the past ten months, Steve Berke, Lee Molloy and Adam Multchler have been fixing up the inside of the International Church of Cannabis at 400 South Logan Street, which houses a nonprofit geared to the religion of Elevationism. To decorate the space, the trio flew out two of the most internationally renowned street artists in the world: Kenny Scharf and Okuda San Miguel. Okuda painted the massive, vivid interior of the 112-year-old church. The exact shades of paint he required were difficult to come by in Denver, but his hard work paid off. The space also boasts a patio and multi-use art gallery, now full of collectables and vintage art-deco pieces. It opens to the public on April 20, 2017.


For the past ten months, Steve Berke, Lee Molloy and Adam Multchler have been fixing up the inside of the International Church of Cannabis at 400 South Logan Street, which houses a nonprofit geared to the religion of Elevationism. To decorate the space, the trio flew out two of the most internationally renowned street artists in the world: Kenny Scharf and Okuda San Miguel. Okuda painted the massive, vivid interior of the 112-year-old church. The exact shades of paint he required were difficult to come by in Denver, but his hard work paid off. The space also boasts a patio and multi-use art gallery, now full of collectables and vintage art-deco pieces. It opens to the public on April 20, 2017.
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