Wednesday, Dec. 21 – The Art of Enemy Live Printing Event
XL Gallery, sister space to the other Stardust (the one near Lake Eola), has been full of Enemy Ink’s punk-inspired prints for a couple of weeks now – and will be through Jan. 5, 2012 – but tonight is something special. Owners and local band stalwarts Brad Palkevich and Charlie Bender (Spitvalves/The Attack) plan to dominate the space even more thoroughly, setting up a portable press and cranking out live, limited-edition posters, T-shirts and one-of-a-kinds. They even plan to print on the walls of the gallery (good luck buying that), and at the end of the night will trash the screens. We’re picturing a Pete Townshend-style meltdown destruction, but they’ll probably just sell the screen to the print buyer, ensuring that no one else can have the same print as you. Punk rock. – Jessica Bryce Young (8 p.m. to close at Extra Large Gallery, 431 E. Central Blvd.; 407-839-0080; free)
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