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New Mural: DourOne presented by Do Art Foundation ~ DTLA

9:29 AM PDT on March 9, 2015

DourOne_DTLAMural (11 of 13)

Spanish artist DourOne is taking up residence here in Los Angeles, and has added a new mural to the expanding South Park District. This mural is located on 12th & Hope near the Metro’s Pico Station and two blocks from Staples Center. Measuring longer then a basketball court and two stories high this mural features a black, white and grey color scheme with an illustrative depiction of Los Angeles. I was able to see this mural from outline to finish which took the artist & crew close to 8 days to complete.

DourOne just recently finished a mural on 1017 N. Las Palmas in the Hollywood area. This is the second mural in the month of February that Dour has completed in Los Angeles is all brought together by folks at Do Art Foundation. I was told that he will be creating another mural in the Culver City area sometime in the near future as his residence here Los Angeles will be ending in April.

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