Not only did the fair feature over 325 hand-selected designers and artists, but attendees could also partake in a series of DIY workshops with all proceeds going directly to local merchants and a percentage donated to the wonderful organization that is 826LA.
Ultimately, even in a time of recession, art inspires and consumers are increasingly eager to engage with and collect handmade pieces and one-of-a-kind objects that display talent, artistry, and craftsmanship, proving that DIY art/design/craft enthusiasts and collectors are a growing—and lucrative—market.
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However, while aesthetic appreciation used to be limited to elite collectors, art schools, and a few clusters and collectives peppered around town, art has infiltrated LA’s mainstream and new grassroots art compounds keep popping up all around town, from Culver City to Chinatown and from North Hollywood to Echo Park.
The throngs of visitors who flock to the Downtown Art Walk (which now attracts upwards of 30,000 visitors during the 2nd Thursday of each month) and the resounding success of MOCA’s “Art in the Streets” exhibition—which broke MOCA’s attendance record thanks to the 201,352 visitors it welcomes through its doors from April 17th to August 8th last year—surely support this statement – as does the fact that Shepherd Fairey and Banksy are global sensations.
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