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Street Gallery: The Newest Murals in Los Angeles

10:10 AM PDT on August 7, 2014


This past weekend I took a drive to see some of the latest murals that have been produced in Los Angeles. I want to be proactive and explore the city, instead of just scrolling pixels on my feed thru a cracked screen. Its not about being ahead of anyone else in the game,  it's about getting out of my seat, eating some tacos and checking out new art work that's around the corner. Here are a few pics of some of the works I went to check out. -- Erwin Recinos


Artist Greg "Craola" Simkins latest mural at Graphaids in Culver City.


New mural by the dynamic duo Dabs Myla next to the Seventh Letter Flagship Store on Fairfax.


Tfail & Haunted Euth collaborating on this mural in the Culver City Arts District. Be on the look out for theses two for an upcoming show "Dreamland Summer" this August 30th.


Also in the Culver City Arts District new works by Dreye. This artist was featured on LA TACO back in January for the show Refraction. Dreye was also recently featured with 1xRun for a recent print release.


Plek One WAI UTI CBS putting in some complex letters in the Arts District of downtown LA.

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