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Bughouse studio sale: Low, low prices on low-fi Pop art

October 9, 2009 | 12:54 pm

Picnik collage bughouse

Vintage vinyl and video-game players take note: If you consider low-fi electronics a worthy subject for Pop art, you will not want to miss the Saturday studio sale at Bughouse in Eagle Rock. The sale runs from 4 to 9 p.m. Brownies will be served.

As part of the once-a-month Eagle Rock Block Party, the Bughouse team -- artists and IKEA hackers Rebecca Johnson and Jeff Klarin -- will offer 20% to 75% discounts on prints, posters and works on wood. The 8-inch square "Transistor Radio," heat-transferred onto plywood with a pine box frame, regularly $45, will sell for $25. The plywood "Headphones" wall hanging with cord and jack was $75 but will be marked down to $40, and "Joystick," a 16-by-20-inch giclee print on paper, is reduced from $55 to $30.

-- David A. Keeps

Photo: Rebecca Johnson

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