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Scrojo Exile On Melrose Art Print

Scrojo Exile On Melrose Art Print

"Ok, time to get convoluted. The piece references my mum's beauty salon in the late 60's ( the front room of our house ), the night The Rolling Stones secretly played the belly up ( all the songs listed in the design were performed that night and the general theme mirrors the "Some Girls" album ) with a direct nod to sponsor Nena Cote's father, shaper/owner of agua surfboards. The title is a reference both to The Rolling Stones plus me and Nena's connections to the local street. We both had apartments on Melrose Ave and our dads' shops were on the street as well (the aforementioned Agua and my dad's Ascot Electric).

LOCAL TRIVIA: the world's first skateboard ramp was built in a front yard on Melrose Ave."


This art print is featured in Scrojo's art exhibition, A Product Of My Environment.

Artist: Scrojo
13 x 13 inches
SKU SCR_EXH_09_exile-on-melrose
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