Beautiful mural painted by artist Fabio Lopez aka DOURONE in South Park LA

May 28 2015 . 08:58pm

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OPENING RECAP | G-SHOCK “PROFILES ZINE” RELEASE AT KNOWN GALLERY, LOS ANGELES

April 18 2015 . 11:52pm

G-SHOCK / PROFILES ZINE
Opening reception: April 14, 2015 | 7-10p

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Artwork on view by Stephan Malbon, Eddy Tekeli, Azim, Steve Olson, Zio Ziegler and Spanto with music by Mikey Alfred (Illegal CIV) and Lil Flash (Glo Gang).

Recap photos by: Sam Graham
Source: www.juxtapoz.com

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Photo Recap of Revok’s Los Angeles Exhibition @ Library Street Collective

April 11 2015 . 07:08pm

 

Library Street Collective Pop-up Gallery
1242 Palmetto St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
United States

On view: April 10 – 19, 2015

Photographer: Jon Lake

More information at hypebeast.com

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Studio visit with REVOK in anticipation of his first major solo exhibition in Los Angeles | Shot by Keegan Gibbs of House Beer

April 07 2015 . 09:08pm

REVOK – Presented by House Beer from House Beer on Vimeo.

 
In anticipation for his first major solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Keegan Gibbs of House Beer visited the celebrated graffiti and studio artist Revok’s work space. In an intimate interview, Keegan talk about his process, the relationship to his new tools, as well as his outlook on graffiti in his life today, while giving a first glimpse into his labor intensive process. Stay tuned and don’t miss his show opening next week with Library Street Collective.

REVOK: Los Angeles
April 10 – April 19, 2015

Library Street Collective
1242 Palmetto St. 90013
info@lscgallery.com

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HAELER: GRAFFITI KEEPS DETROIT FROM LOOKING LIKE A GHOST TOWN

April 07 2015 . 07:47pm

Things are fucked up in Detroit. And they’re not just hidden-behind-the-scenes fucked up, but in-your-face fucked up. Throughout the city, there are deep pockets of half-collapsed buildings and blocks of burned-out homes. Once elegant places now look so abandoned that if it was not for the graffiti, there would be virtually no evidence of human activity. The decaying ruins and urban sprawl are what make “the D” such an inviting canvas for writers all across the nation; an aerosol mecca that warrants at least one pilgrimage.

To read the article visit: animalnewyork.com

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