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July 30, 2017

On an early Sunday morning in March, the street artist WRDSMTH welcomed us to his process while putting up one of eight pieces for The Bloc in Downtown Los Angeles. 


The Bloc is an open-air, mixed use (retail + residences) revamp to what was once a confined shopping ce...

July 30, 2017

Graffiti wrapped trains transported a small window into urban culture as they navigated through a modest agricultural town in New Mexico. These encounters at the railroad crossings sparked a young Drew Merritt's drive to emulate the images that flashed in his memory. H...

July 30, 2017

Much of street art stems from graffiti, highly stylized art that often focuses on lettering and went up on property without the necessary permission of the owners.  Quickly hitting trains and walls before getting caught up by authorities was the norm and the tool of ch...

July 28, 2017

Though we live in a time where technology has allowed us to document and share the social injustices that occur in day to day life , many still choose to turn a blind eye. Royal , a queer, white, street artist stands apart  as an individual who chose to educate herself...

July 28, 2017

Think of your favorite animals. Now imagine them bursting out of another dimension through neighborhood walls. That imagery falls right in line with the whimsical work of BirdO. The combination of vibrant colors with assorted geometric shapes award a kaleidoscopic vibe...

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