Body paint, acrobats, and a live chalk artist- Oh my!
October 15, 2015, marked the very first annual Melrose Block Party, uniting select businesses from the West Hollywood Design District to raise funds for Inner City Arts. Attendees of all ages were reacquainted with their childhood as large colorful animals were placed throughout Melrose Ave, espresso martinis served all night and the smell of fresh double-double cheeseburgers filled the block- Melrose was filled with life! Snow-Cones, popcorn, and cupcakes were served all evening reminiscent of the carnival. Acrobats inside of Woven Accents silenced crowds with their beautiful and whimsical performances, the live chalk artist outside of Hamilton- Selway Fine Art dazzled street goers with a life-size rendering of Jeff Koons ‘Balloon Dog’. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @hamiltonselwayfineart to see more photos from the event and share your photos with us! We’ll see you next year at the Melrose Block Party!