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Mesh “Don’t Bank On It” Event Friday, 28th November

“Mesh is proud to host the launch of the fifth edition of DD05: The Daydream Network publication showcasing over 80 creatives worldwide, from poets and writers to fine and graffiti artists. We have selected an array of cultural delicacies for your fine palettes:

+ Six specially commissioned artists (Alex Young – Tom Hovey – Peter Edwards – Jaime Brown – Monkey – Mark Whittle) are currently producing two original canvasses each on the theme, “Don’t Bank On It” – providing a tongue in cheek commentary on the current economic climate
+ Spoken word featuring a live artist
+ Beats and grooves from Young and Positive
+ And finally, the Chancellor will be on hand to find some magic to get us out of this fine financial mess.
DD05 will be on sale all evening and you will also be entitled to an exclusive discount on limited edition prints – perfect seasonal gifts that are cutting edge and original. To top all of the cultural magic off, we also offer you a free bowler hat on arrival.
TICKETS – HERE
“Don’t Bank On It” at Adam Street (Charing Cross) on Friday, 28th November 2008 from 8 p.m.
meshminds.com
daydreamnetwork.

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