Guerilla Garden and other local artists painted the Matchbox red, white and blue for PBR

In an effort to ward off the persistent tagging of its building,

The Matchbox

on Larimer Street

hired a group of some of Denver's biggest-name artists

-- with funding from Pabst Blue Ribbon -- to cover its walls with odes to that storied hipster beer. Last night, those artists -- who included Andrew Hoffman, Jolt of Guerilla Garden, Sam Turner, Keenan Hock, Mike Graves, and So-Gnar -- came out to paint and party.


Photog Kelly Kaoudis brings back these pictures.

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