Artist/illustrator/designer Scott Fuller is opening an art exhibition tomorrow called 2 For 1, which features 12 canvases, each a collaboration between Scott and another artist. The participating artists include Ornamental Conifer, Benjie Escobar, Sketchy Tank, and many more. Happening at the Official store on Melrose.
I was lucky enough to tag along with two great artists to The Graff Lab near DTLA a couple weeks back. The space is a large yard, where graf writers and artists can get permission to paint a throwie, piece, or mural. While some people take all day with it, KLIPS and FREND hustled hard to bang this out in about an hour and a half. [See More]
Check out the beautiful new Moksha pin from Los Angeles art phenom CRYPTIK and the good people at Lil Bullies Club. Moksha is the Hindu concept of transcending reincarnation and achieving liberation, release, and emancipation from the cycle of rebirth. Available via CRYPTIK’s online shop and also the Lil Bullies online shop.
Awesome Los Angeles-based artist Benjie Escobar unveils a new body of work at Espacio 1839 in Mariachi Plaza, Boyle Heights this evening! It’s from 8pm to 11pm.
Last week, I was lucky enough to drop in on Los Angeles artist Reef Kills Pop who was just finishing up his latest installation – at an undisclosed location in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. The space belongs to famous Bay Area rap icon Too $hort and it serves as a recording studio, complete with a soundproof booth in one corner. Reef hit everything except the carpets and it looks amazing.
I was tempted to post about Super Bowl ads or some recent political shenanigans, but instead I’ve opted for a great real-world solution to a huge problem in Los Angeles (and many cities around the world): homelessness. This article from Co.Exist highlights the MADWORKSHOP x USC School of Architecture project, Homes for Hope, which aims to fight homelessness here in LA with well-designed $25K living pods (modular, portable, single unit-occupancy housing units).
The latest video from Los Angeles-based producer/musician Bei Ru is just out. His intricately layered song delivers an interesting and somewhat surreal video shot in and around Los Angeles. Shot by Postas (@itsPostas) / Edited by Paisley Zerr & Jesse Dvorak / Wardrobe styled by Moneeekah / Cast: Christine Garibian, ReefKills, Stuntman, Ervin, Lilly Breeze, Remind. The whole LA Zooo album is great.