He inspired so many, in so many ways. source.
It’s incredible to think that this piece was created almost 100 years ago. Great art endures.
Kind of a different look for Banksy in this black and white piece
It’s like if candy owned the world, and something went wrong.
Haunting illusions of remorse, youth, antiquity and origin. Ray Caesar taps into the chasm of longing. source.
SMEAR: “To make a smudge on; soil by smudging; A slanderous defamation;” There is an unknown force that kept drawing me into the world of Smear. Perhaps a fascination in his current legal woes for allegedly masterminding a quarter mile long tag on the Los Angeles River which estimated took 3 to 400 gallons of paint […]
Could you tell our audience a little bit about yourself? Sure! I live in Portland, Oregon with my wife, two dogs,and our cat. I just moved to the west coast from Texas on a whim. Most of my time is spent working on my drawings in my workspace while blasting music through my ipod. Finding […]
Bound only by his imagination and his skill as an artist is the beautiful work of Alex DeSpain. Beautiful.
Mayday – The international definition for a distress call; a day of celebration or political demonstration. In this newest show by Los Angeles Artist Shark Toof, Mayday at De La Barracuda on Melrose Ave, the title is apropos. Shark Toof presents a visual celebration of human and political stories of adversity that ultimately surface as a […]