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.
Black-and-white photo-realistic portraits on the exterior wall of Zinc Cafe, near Willow and Mateo streets in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. These artworks are part of a series that run along the entire wall. The area has become a bit of a mecca for street art — and art
This wheat-pasted stenciled artwork by the artist who goes by the moniker “Esoteric Truth” can be found near the corner of Mateo and Willow streets in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District.
This image of a woman’s face is in an of itself not a remarkable image, and such subject matter and high-contrast portraits are so common to street art so as to scarcely give it further thought. But this artwork is unusual in its use of materials and aesthetic. Look closely
One of several vibrant and excellent “Love Berto” wave murals in and around Venice Beach, in Los Angeles. This one is in the stylish, fashionable Abbot-Kinney neighborhood.
Our bro-in-the-know in Los Angeles, Ryan, spotted and shot some cool pix of this epic street art piece by Jesse Hazelip in Venice. Great stuff. Ryan Baum images. All rights reserved.
Street art painting of rabbits by artist Max Neutra on the Abbott-Kinney strip in Venice, in Los Angeles.
Another one of French street-art superstar JR’s giant eyes. This one at Gjelina, a trendy restaurant on the hip Abbot-Kinney strip in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
Some superdope street art on a property hoarding fence near the intersection of Beverly Boulevard and Virgil Avenue in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles.