Mural #8

The Punk Rock & Skateboard Era ~ October 2, 2018

About the Artist:
Daniel Inez is a South Bay native who grew up in the Skate/Punk culture of the Beach Cities. He is a Redondo Union High School Grad, United States Navy Veteran, holds A Bachelor’s in Communication Arts from OTIS College of Art and Design, and is the owner/art director of M1SK and co-owner and founder of The Pacific Stranded. “When I was Design School, I was told to do what I know, so that’s what I’m doing and I am thankful for all the continued community support. As far as this project I am beyond stoked to be a part of Hermosa’s recognition of a subculture that has been a part of so many of our lives.”

On Tuesday, October 2, 2018 @5:30 pm
Hermosa Murals Project and Designer Daniel Inez
Celebrated the Unveiling of Mural #8 and held a Fundraiser Reception
at The Standing Room @ 1320 Hermosa Avenue 



 Art Director for M1SK Daniel Inez will paint his mural depicting the Punk Rock/Skateboard era of the 1970's and 1980's on the south facing wall of the city-owned parking structure at the northwest corner of 13th and Hermosa Avenue just west of Starbucks for Mural #8. Hermosa’s punk and skate scene was centered in and around an abandoned Baptist Church on Manhattan Ave and is exemplified by the bands that originated and performed in that space including Black Flag, Pennywise, and Descendants.

Mural #8 unveiling took place on Tuesday, October 2 at 5:30 pm near the corner of 13th and Hermosa Avenue. The unveiling was open to the public.

The Fundraiser Reception at The Standing Room took place immediately after. The Reception included a full buffet inspired by Chef Lowell Bakke, 2 drink tickets and a live auction to bid on signed and numbered limited edition giclees. The silent auction includes and some amazing Hermosa experiences, including a ride in the Goodyear blimp, the opportunity to rent Shockboxx for an event, a week of Skate School,  2 nights at the Beach House and much more.