All you need: Pancakes and Booze

A recap of the traveling art show’s stop in Washington D.C.

Last year, I found myself in Penn Social’s basement exploring one DC’s first “underground art shows.” Several local artists submitted the chance to highlight their work (take a look at my video on Stereo Champions) and a handful came back this year to further showcase their talents.

I found several artists from the previous year, but also new ones. This year’s exhibition almost doubled in both size and audience. The basement of the establishment felt filled from every square foot offered. I barely navigated the area without bumping into a few people on my way to viewing the next artist.

While all fun, I enjoyed filming the event more than snapping pictures to capture the essence of the event. Take a peek at the bottom of this post and subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos!


Pancakes & Booze is an art show that travels throughout the nation. It highlights emerging local artists in major cities. If you missed the Washington DC event, stop by Baltimore on March 25, 2016 to catch all the action.

Author: Just Souled Out

Justine is a sneakerhead, streetwear lover based in the greater Washington DC area. Follow her on

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