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This LA NonProfit Organization is Helping Graffiti Artists Make Profit From Their Art

this article originally appeared on KPCC Bobby Rodriguez started tagging when he was 13,  spray painting illegal graffiti art from San Pedro to San Bernardino. Life in that world led to other illicit activity and several arres...



Art As A Weapon – New Street Art Documentary Feat. Shepard Fairey.

Art As A Weapon – Trailer from BREADTRUCK FILMS on Vimeo. Art As A Weapon is a multi-award winning documentary that explores the turmoil brought upon the people of Myanmar (Burma) through their tyrannical government, as ...


Melbourne Street Artist, Meggs, Visits Downtown LA and Paints the Summoners War Mural (Video)

Watch renowned Melbourne street artist Meggs embark on an epic 6-day marathon painting session to create a massive 2000 square foot mural in the heart of Downtown LA, inspired by the characters of the hit mobile game, Summoners...

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Je Suis Charlie Street Art Hits Melrose

this article originally appeared on LA Weekly Los Angeles street artist Plastic Jesus has created a tribute to the victims of last week’s tragic terror attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris. The installation c...

ELLE’s Unextinguished: “It became a motive for me to be a role model for younger women.” Photograph: Martha Cooper/ELLE

The Women Who Are Redefining Street Art

this article originally appeared on the Gaurdian If there is a gender disparity in the art world, it is all the more acute in street art. While some claim the physical danger of working outdoors makes women reluctant to partici...


Santa Monica’s Casa Del Mar Hotel Gets A Street Art Makeover From Jules Muck

this article originally appeared on HuffingtonPost Street art is not what you expect to encounter in the elegant lobby of Santa Monica’s luxurious Hotel Casa del Mar, which makes the hotel’s newly installed temporar...

Graffiti Artist Mr Brainwash's First UK Exhibition

Mr. Brainwash Is a Real Estate Mogul

this article originally appeared on the NewYorkObserver The wealthy have for a long time viewed art and real estate in a similar manner; investment vehicles to accumulate, show off, and increase fortunes. While there are many s...


5 Points of Success You Can Learn From Alec Monopoly

this article originally appeared on Entrepreneur At first glance, street artist “Alec Monopoly” might not look like a conventional entrepreneur, but he uses the same core entrepreneurial values and strategy to grow ...

Willie Herrón's piece, "The Wall That Cracked Open" in East LA.

Students Document the Meaning Behind East LA Murals (Video)

this article originally appeared on LAist A video made by students shows numerous East L.A. murals and the stories behind them. Surrounded by Art: The Murals of City Terrace was made by students working with the City Terrace P...


Banksy of India

Banksy Imitator Emerges On The Streets Of India, His Name, Guess Who

this article originally appeared on artnetnews First there was Bansky. Then there was Bambi, the so-called ”femaleBanksy.” And now there’s another imitator to add to the list: Guesswho, the . . . “Bank...