It was pretty good; the bands were good (my favourite would probably be The Rumours). Lots of people I knew, from various spheres, rocked up, and a good time was had by all. Except perhaps towards the end, when people started pushing each other around on the dance floor and the DJ started playing Britney Spears; I took that as a sign that it was time to leave.
The Crayon Fields:
Two drunk punters, at the late stages of the party:
Btw, Dennis Ropar appears to be the guy behind those "ROPAR" stencils you'd see from time to time; at first I thought it was a T-shirt label and/or Chapel St. DJ bar or something. His work would be somewhere in the spectrum between Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Banksy. His studio, a former factory or somesuch, was full of his canvases, and some areas (such as the bathroom) were painted with frescoes of subverted brand logos and pop-cultural icons. Some details are below, in glorious futurephone Blotch-O-Vision™: