The Hollywood location of Hennessey + Ingalls is a sleek bookstore, designed to make you want to pick up some extra coffee tables. They always have a tasty selection of illustration, photography, fashion, architecture, and graphic design art books.
Tonight, Hennessey + Ingalls is hosting a special signing event with Marilyn Manson and Shia LaBeouf. Anyone can buy a ticket and your $75 gets you a 64 page coffee table book, shot by Shia LaBeouf and his girlfriend Karolyn Pho, plus a DVD of the Born Villain short film, and entry for yourself and a +1 to tonight’s private signing and film screening event.
I think that is actually a pretty awesome deal to give fans an opportunity to interact up close and personal. Plus it will probably introduce a bunch of new people to a great bookstore. This event has been promoted a bit on the downlow to only sort of in-the-know folks, so, at this writing, there are still 61 tickets available. That means 89 have already sold, so it is already going to be a shindig, but there is still time to get set up to attend.
Art takes on a new meaning with BORN VILLAIN—where LA local street art and music come to life.
Come meet the love child of unlikely collaborators Shia LaBeouf and Marilyn Manson as they share their journey. The two come together for a one time only book signing and premiere screening at:
Hennessey + Ingalls
Space 15 Twenty
1520 N Cahuenga Blvd. Suite 8
LA, CA 90028
Official book signing and meet and greet on Thursday, September 1 from 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm followed by premiere viewing of BORN VILLAIN at 10:15 pm.
**FIRST COME FIRST SERVED **
Please note that this is a PRIVATE event and you MUST pre-order your numbered, limited edition photo book featuring the short film starring Marilyn Manson and directed by Shia LaBeouf in advance in order to attend.
Only 150 copies are available to the public and an advance purchase entitles you plus a guest to attend.
Due to the nature of the film, the screening will only be open to persons of 18 years and older.
“Locals Rule. I think. Odd, living in L.A all my life and taking for granted my environment, my city.
But one night, just a few months ago, I bumped into Marilyn Manson at one of my locals and together we crawled the city a bit; where he lived, where I lived, where we ate and drank and were we have been entertained. We traveled the roads to those places on streets that had become too familiar. And then I reflected back on that brief journey and traced that trip (with photographs). I connected buildings and streets, freeways, storefronts and trees with a BORN VILLAIN at my side. Here it is but with a little mood music to set my mood.”
For more about the book and DVD, visit thecampaignbook.com