They wanted to find a way to have this question live on its own, out in the real world, independent of any musical accompaniment. There were a lot of elaborate ideas thrown around to make something happen but ultimately simplicity reigned supreme. They chose... Continue Reading →
Gia On The Move was amazed to discover that although it's become more of an American holiday celebration, Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). Just the same,... Continue Reading →
Powerful messages in deceptively naive art? Maybe. See for yourself. We see these as some of the best #graffiti shares this week found on Twitter, from some of our favorite handles!
If you haven't seen this yet, graffiti artist, Dmote, marked up the truck of Andaz Wall Street’s, Principle Farmer, David Zaback. Dmote transformed what was once a plain white truck to an eye catching work of art that brings the freshest produce to... Continue Reading →
...The moments when Sunday brunch gets sidelined for a cheeky side-street street art mini mural. Whose hungry for intergalactic #Pizza & #GrilledCheese #Batman to the rescue ... "Hello Gelsons? We need a deliver!" ~Los Feliz, California
I have to admit, I love it when something spectacular pops up unexpectedly. When it's from a renowned graffiti/street artist like Banksy, it's always amazing and bound to go viral. So this morning when one of our Twitter friends posted... Continue Reading →
by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Last Friday night ushered in one of the more spectacular displays of mounted imported global Street Art by artists whose works took over the Los Angeles Sofitel, Riviera 31 Lounge in collaboration with Black... Continue Reading →