Art Is On Display All Throughout Dew Tour 2017

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Skateboarding and art go hand in hand, so it’s not surprising that Dew Tour had installations and exhibits all throughout the Dew Tour Experience.
Photos By Brady Ferdig

Stanley tools threw up a wall at their booth, and had Jimmy Warhol throw up a colorful mural. He’s painting all weekend, so you can stop by every few hours and check the progress (and score some Stanley swag at the same time!).

On the other side of the venue, in the Rainbow Lagoon (where Cam’ron and Metro Boomin played last night), local artists painted murals on plywood towers all throughout the green. This is all part of the Dew Tour Community Day celebration, and helps to unite people through their common interests and appreciation for art.

Of course, perhaps the most noticeable art at Dew Tour this year isn’t even an installation—it’s everywhere. LA-based artist Steven Herrington collaborated with Dew Tour to bring his colorful icons to life. You can see it in the logo, the tiles on the bowl, the socks and tees in the merch booth, and obviously the skate-able sculpture garden.

Community Day is a way for everyone to come and hang out, and have a good time, and participate in something bigger than themselves.

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