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Tristan Eaton Bombs The Container Yard

The new Montana Colors flagship store has finally arrived in LA, and it couldn’t have landed on a better spot. The Container Yard is stomping grounds to many street artists alike, but Tristan Eaton may take the cake. This 2015 mural stretches alongside 4th street…

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JGoldcrown’s Hearts are Streak-Free

A new partnership with Windex® has landed self-taught artist and photographer, JGoldcrown, back on the streets of Los Angeles. Based in New York and Los Angeles, JGoldcrown’s distinct heart murals have been spotted in New York, Chicago, Miami, Texas…

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Royyal Dog + Menso One In East Hollywood

Royyal Dog with the community service in East Hollywood. An amazing collaboration during his trip from Korea, combining forces with street artist Menso One. Located on the corner of Heliotrope and Santa Monica Blvd. The entire mural was created using MTN…

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Apexer and DJ Neff Blast Santa Monica Blvd

I’ve never wanted a Nissan so badly. This wall collaboration by graphic designer, DJ Neff and street artist, Apexer was created as part of a nationwide Nissan campaign. Ads were blown up and stretched around buildings, 6 stories high across the city. The Apexer, A.K.A…

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Back To School At Melrose Elementary

Back To School! Bumblebeelovesyou’s latest addition to his Hollywood mural collection. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bumblebee has perfected his style of stenciling and mixed media using images of children and other whimsical subjects. Although many of…

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Shepard Fairey, High Time For Peace

Shepard Fairey completes his latest legal mural in District La Brea, Los Angeles. Over 30 feet tall, “High Time for Peace” is described as “pro peace, pro nature” by the street art legend. Fairey originally began posting illegal works on the building years ago. Eventually the…

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Rollins Ave With Tristan Eaton

Born in L.A. in 1978, Tristan Eaton started pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from billboards to dumpsters in the urban landscapes of the cities where he lived, be it London, Detroit, or New York. He designed his first toy for Fisher-Price at 18…

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Angela Delaplane at Shine Festival

Angela Delaplane tags the Classic Architectural studio in St. Pete. Delaplane is the founder of Delaplane Studios, a Tampa-based creative studio focusing on original paintings and drawings, murals & commissioned artwork. Angela’s mural work can be…

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Kenny Scharf at the WeHo Library

In the late 1970s, Kenny Scharf studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York, where he was exposed to subway graffiti and the downtown art scene. He began to work in spray paint, combining it with the traditional media he used in art school…

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Bumblebeelovesyou and Mikael Brandrup in DTLA

BumbleBeeLovesYou and Mikael Brandrup tag Downtown Los Angeles Arts District at The Container Yard for their latest collaboration, “Take Off”. The mural was a part of the Google Cultural Institute’s Street Art Project launch…

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