Chad Muska X Free Revok

Around 5am this morning, Muska announced he was done with his latest piece – a large, colorful diptych on display in the store front of Factory 413 to show some love and support to Fairfax village local & friend Revok who’s been held in jail for vandalism for over a month already. Check it:

I love watching an artist work, covered in paint, sweating, zealous. Couldn’t help but walk over to 413 around 7pm last night and check out the progress. “This one’s for all the homies behind bars,” Muska said.

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“When you are passionate about any type of art form you have to do it for the love. If money comes from it then that’s just a bonus.”

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