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Six Things To Know About Copyrights In Street Art

this article originally appeared on artlawjournal Artist’s rights in their street art, whether commissioned or guerrilla, has been in the news with some frequency lately, largely due to suits against American Eagle and Te...



Anti-Hilary Street Art Pops Up In Brooklyn

this article was originally posted in theWeekly Standard A source sends along these photos from Brooklyn today of anti-Hillary Clinton signs everywhere. Clinton is expected to announce her presidential campaign later today. The...


Pacquiao Street Art Hits Los Angeles

this article originally appeared on ABS-CBN News Street artist AllInBoxing has been making Manny Pacquiao even more visible in Los Angeles, posting up pictures of the boxer flashing the “L.A.” sign at the Pacman&#...

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Video on Street Artist SICKID!

Los Angeles based Street Artist SICKID Wheat pasting in West Hollywood. Notorious for his gruesome art and iconic “Sick Kid” Eye-popping face; This street artist is one of the most recognized figures in the LA Stree...


Art and Seeking Launches the Abbot Kinney and Its Alleyways (Street Art) Tour

this press release was written by Brooke Cockrell Art and Seeking announces the release of its Venice street art tour, Abbot Kinney and its Alleyways. This tour is narrated and created by street art enthusiast Lizy Dastin, gran...



Google Street Art Project: “We are the mural conservancy”

this article originally appeared on theGaurdian, by Jordan Rief What some call vandalism, others call street art. Where some see criminals, others see outlaw poets, heroes of free speech taking their work directly to the people...

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This Seattle Street Art Only Appears When Its Raining (Video)

this article originally appeared on Seattle may not be America’s rainiest city, but it’s certainly up there. That wetness, coupled with the dreariness of what seems to be an eternally grey sky, could g...


OC Developers Are Coming In To Take Over The Arts District

this article originally appeared on LAWeekly Ah, the Arts District, that last bastion of bohemian living where you can rent a 100-year-old loft, grab a craft beer down the street, and take in the sights and smells of homelessne...


Street Artist, Sabo Talks About Ted Cruz And Being The “Only Conservative Street Artist in LA”

this article originally appeared on TheSurge, on March 31st 2014 Daily Surge caught up with street artist Sabo, the man behind the famous Ted Cruz “Blacklisted and Loving It Tour” poster. “I find it hard to believe that 2...


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Anti-Bullying Mural Reminds Middle School Students the Importance of Kindness

Mural is located at LA Bridges-Sutter Middle School with a message that says, “One small act of Kindness could change a person’s life forever” Gretta Kruesi — Artist, Pro Kitesurfer, and Entrepreneur. Sh...