Friday, November 19, 2010

This Saturday - Rick Ordonez - Kitty Litter - Art Show

Rick Ordonez - Kitty Litter
Saturday November 20, 2010 7-9PM

All proceeds will go to help with Rick Ordonez' legal fees.

Mid-City Arts Gallery
5113 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90019 (directions)

"Authorities on Wednesday announced they've taken one of the Los Angeles region's most hardcore criminals off the streets -- a man who surely strikes fear into the eyes of Hells Angels, Crips, Bloods and Girl Scouts alike. That's right, he's the ... kitty cat graffiti artist. (We shiver just thinking about it)." - LA Weekly

"The detective said Ordonez kept cats as pets and described him as a "cat-lover." - Pasadenastarnews.com.

"You might have seen the "cat" tags all over downtown Los Angeles. They're on buildings and on freeways. They're the faces of cats. They might seem cute but they cost taxpayers a lot of money." - CBS News

"Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ray G. Jurado ordered Ordonez to remain jailed on $50,000 bail, despite a defense request that he be released on his own recognizance." - Fox News

"An Alhambra graphic designer accused of being a prolific tagger responsible for painting cat figures on freeways and buildings around downtown Los Angeles was charged Friday with six counts of felony vandalism." - La Times

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Atlas rules!!! Godspeed man.

Anonymous said...

there still a non stop of cats on the ten freeway keep it up dawg!!! atlas destroys

Anonymous said...

Thats not a burn at all....

Anonymous said...

This cat ain't got 5,000 to bail out.

Susan M said...

He's still in jail? Wish I could have gone to this, was it well attended?

justin said...

Susan - he is not in jail. he was at the show. lots of people showed.

Susan M said...

Good.

The Best Kitty Litter said...

Quite helpful posting. Anyway, i've a question that i heard an advertisement on the radio recently saying you can protect your chrome from moisture over the winter if you combine charcoal and kitty litter in a container and place it under your motorcycle cover - can't remember how much of each to use, however. Anyone else know any details about this?

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