Preview: Martin Whatson “REVIVE” Los Angeles Exhibition – September 29th

Next week, Norwegian stencil superstar Martin Whatson will be opening his biggest solo exhibition to date in Los Angeles with RexRomae Gallery. After several months of studio work, the Norwegian artist is now ready to unveil a new body of work which will also include several of his iconic past images. On top of that,

Martin Whatson “REVIVE” Los Angeles Solo Exhibition – September 29th

Our friend Martin Whatson will soon be opening “REVIVE” his largest and biggest exhibition to date in Los Angeles with RexRomae Gallery. Martin Whatson’s work is instantly recognisable. Working primarily as a stencil artist over the past ten years, Whatson uses explosive colour against greyscale backgrounds to challenge ideas of perception, possibility and imagination in

Hueman & Tatiana Suarez in Los Angeles, CA

It has been quite a while since we heard from these two amazing girls who go by names Hueman (Allison Torneros) and Tatiana Suarez on Streetartnews, but they are back with a good one! While preparing for their duo show at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles they have teamed up and created this mural on the side

“Resurrection of Angels Part 2” by Fin DAC in Los Angeles

While the goal of most muralists is to create work in high traffic areas, internationally renowned urban artist Fin DAC prefers to send art seekers on a scavenger hunt to find secluded artworks. His Hidden Beauty series is a collection of murals that invites fans to explore uncharted territory for the chance to be rewarded

“Resurrection of Angels” by Fin DAC in Los Angeles

Irish urban artist Fin DAC has been hopping from place to place in the US recently (see previous posts) and he’s just stopped off in LA to drop 2 pieces in the same vein. Resurrection of Angels Part 1 is, as the title suggests, the first instalment. Taking his theme from the City of Angels

“Love Struck” by D*Face in Los Angeles

British-artist DFace recently finished working on a large new piece on the streets of Los Angeles in sunny California. DFace and his loyal assistant were given a huge wall in the city of angels where they spent several hours to create this awesome new piece entitled “Love Struck”. The piece features some of DFace’s signature

“Who Will Guard The Guards Themselves” by Faith47 in Los Angeles

Faith47 recently spent some time in California where she linked up with Branded Arts to create this new piece on the streets of Los Angeles. Entitled “Who Will Guard The Guards Themselves”, this quotation is the embodiment of the philosophical question as to how power can be held to account. In reference to the impossibility

Plastic Jesus built a wall around Donald Trump’s Hollywood star

Hollywood sight- seers on the famous walk of fame were confronted with an unusual edition to Trump’s Famous Star. Los Angeles artist Plastic Jesus built a 6″ tall grey concrete wall around it. Complete with “Keep out” signs and topped with razor wire. The unofficial addtion to the iconic star appeared early Tuesday afternoon, to the