Lets Meet a collection of queer stencils from the past year by Jeremy Novy
San Francisco, CA (November 3, 2010)— The San Francisco LGBT Center is honored to present “Lets Meet”, a collection of queer stencils from the past year by Jeremy Novy. Novy's is considered one of the up and coming street art celebrities of San Francisco and street art world itself. His koi fish stencils found through out the city have gained him acceptance by not only the street art community of San Francisco but also complements from the Cities Department of Public Works. Yet this exhibit is about something much deeper then just adding beauty to urban blight. It's street art with a social message against homophobia. This exhibition, opens with a reception on Thursday, December 2nd from 6-9 pm and runs through December 30th. Novy has made a limited edition print, signed and numbered, for the 50 guests, along with having Pabst Blue Ribbon beer on hand. Novy was recently commissioned by Joe Pabst, owner of the Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee, WI, to stencil koi around the Mansion pool.