And the best part, we had drinks in hand, and the smell of buttery bliss filled the room.
And if you didn’t hit the event early, you were left waiting outside in the . The line went around the block by 9 p.m.
Half an hour after girls started frying pancakes, the line was at least a good 20 minute wait before you could grab a plate. It didn’t stop us though.
Tons and tons of the dopest and freshest art. We even peeped several women getting painted on the entire night.
My personal favorite, Bostik Johnson’s “Digital Seduction” featuring a beautifully composed woman filled with wires and a headset with her voice filling your head. The interactive component speaks to my generation and questions how the digital age has really affected us.
Bostick Johnson even stood covered in wires around his face and a clean silver suit throughout the night.
Photographer Kevin Assié’s favorite was KeyHan’s “Hers.” The mixed media on awood reminded us of an album cover, and who doesn’t want that joint on your wall? “Hers” paired perfectly with “His” and we discovered that the piece was a final result from a live painting event in IKEA.
Throughout the night, artists took their turns on stage. Upon entering, Jovian dropped some pretty good beats. Following the two DJs was duo Atoms Apart (featured in our recap video).
Pancakes & Booze stayed lit the whole night.
If you missed out, they’ll be back in Baltimore on August 1st. Stayed tuned for more details and be sure to peep our recap video.