Tag Archives: street art
You have probably spotted a piece of abandoned furniture, a chair, a couch, a TV, with a sad cartoon face and sometimes a party hat. These Sad Clown Public Installations are part of a project known as Lonesome Town. Last weekend, the … Continue reading
Where else? Venice Beach is the setting for “wild thoughts,” the latest rush of wheat-pasted photocopy activism inspired by the genius of French-born global street artist, JR and his Inside Out Project . “The event was designed to celebrate everyday people within … Continue reading
One night while waiting for a band to load into the Regency in downtown LA, I noticed that the alley was filled with street art referencing Native Americans. I did a little research, and discovered that the alley is actually a … Continue reading
Knock down the walls!
There are 5 days left of BritWeek Los Angeles, the annual program of events that celebrates the “creative fusion” between the United Kingdom and the United States. Britweek is a non-profit that was founded in LA in 2007 by Nigel Lythgoe and … Continue reading
‘The Usual Suspects’ is a showcase of 17 Street Artists presented by LAB ART in celebration of its successful 1st year anniversary. The exhibit features the works of 17 street artists – CYRCLE, Desire Obtain Cherish, Lydia Emily, Alec Monopoly, Mar … Continue reading