In 2008 street artist and designer Shepard Fairey created a colorful poster depicting then U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama with a single-word message “Hope” written on it. The image had a graphic, illustrative quality and was based on a press photo of the candidate. The poster was an instant classic
Sections of the Berlin Wall covered with mural and street art (pictured below) have been put on display in the forecourt exhibition space of the Spruth Magers art gallery in Los Angeles. The gallery and wall face Wilshire Boulevard and sit across from LACMA in the Miracle Mile area of the city.
We’ve recently been seeing a lot of these spray-painted hearts layered with stenciled imagery on walls and fences around Venice. Lovely aesthetic.
The whimsical Binoculars Building — pictured below — on a quiet, mostly residential stretch of Main Street in Venice, in Los Angeles, was designed by architect Frank Gehry back in the 1980s. It’s a local landmark and Gehry’s last building to be constructed in Los Angeles until the development of
Real-Estate developer, New York City fixture, celebrity, reality TV show star, and politician, Donald Trump is at the center of U.S. media coverage these days while he campaigns to win the Republican nomination as its candidate for the American presidency. A polarizing, attention-hungry personality and demagogic political figure, Trump’s controversial views and bombast has in
The word “life” spray painted in cursive letters on the back-alley wall of the Brig, a popular bar on trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, in Los Angeles. So simple and beautiful.
We recently spotted this painting by Brooklyn-based American artist Ian Tweedy at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016 at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, in Los Angeles.