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Studio Number One Designs Mural About Mental Health Awareness for Koreatown

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After the success of the trilingual mental health awareness poster campaign Studio Number One created for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center’s (KYCC), Studio Number One was honored to have the opportunity to convert the artwork into a mural for the Koreatown community.

The imagery for the campaign was designed to help others overcome the stigma of mental illness, raise awareness about KYCC’s many resources available through their clinical services programs, and continue to spread the message that it’s okay to reach out and get the help you need.

Check out the mural next to Milk Tavern and Beer Belly off of 526 S. Western Ave. in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles!

SNO Designs Trilingual Mental Awareness Campaign for KYCC

SNO is proud to unveil the mental health awareness campaign that was designed for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC) on World Mental Health Day.

This trilingual campaign seeks to stop the stigma and raise awareness about mental health resources available through KYCC LA’s clinical services program. These posters will be going up all over Koreatown in Los Angeles starting today.

Help us spread the important message that it’s okay to reach out and get the help you need.

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Visit KYCC’s website for more information about KYCC and the services they offer.

SNO TAKES THE FIELD AT DODGER STADIUM’S Echo Park Community NIGHT

Studio Number One directors, Victoria Yarnish and Annie Pham had the honor of joining other neighborhood royalty to represent SNO at the 2nd Annual Echo Park Community Night at Dodger Stadium on August 30.

The other community members that joined them on the field included president of the Echo Park Chamber of Commerce and owner of Bedrock Studios KamranV, owner of Masa of Echo Park (of deep dish pizza fame!) restaurant Rhonda Reynolds, and executive director of non-profit tutoring center 826LA Joel Arquillos. The evening kicked off with a ceremonial first pitch by former Echo Park resident and legendary musician David Yow from the Jesus Lizard. Proceeds from ticket sales benefitted 826LA, a local non profit tutoring and writing center for students ages 6 - 18.

Thank you to the Dodgers for having us on the field! We love you Echo Park!

ECHO PARK BRIDGE PRINTS

We created this map of Echo Park to celebrate the growth of our neighborhood by highlighting all of the old and new neighbors around Studio Number One.

For the holiday season, we will be selling our Echo Park Bridge Prints at our gallery, Subliminal Projects (1331 W. Sunset in Los Angeles, CA) for $25 each!

If you can't make it to the gallery, buy it online HERE!

Echo Park Bridge Screenprint, 26 x 40 inches, Edition of 250 with SNO publishing chop in lower left corner.

Echo Park Bridge Screenprint, 26 x 40 inches, Edition of 250 with SNO publishing chop in lower left corner.