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Track 16 Presents Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors, a series of satirical political portraits

Track 16 will present Robbie Conal’s Cabinet of Horrors in a series of satirical portraits of Donald Trump, members of his cabinet, and inner circle – painted in Conal’s signature black and white style, each with a blazon of biting... Continue Reading →

Theatre West To Unveil New Mural by Renowned Los Angeles Artist Levi Ponce

Renowned Los Angeles muralist, Levi Ponce, is executing his most recent mural - Judy Garland as “Dorothy” from the Wizard of Oz on the west exterior wall of the Theatre West building near Universal Studios. A public unveiling of the... Continue Reading →

‘Life Is Beautiful’ Festival Announces 2018 Art Program

Embarking on its sixth year, the Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival unveils its signature art lineup, chock-full of some of the most notable international street artists and interactive installations. Blurring the lines between visual and experiential art, festival-goers... Continue Reading →

#StreetArt #Graffiti Favs This Week

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!

Open Wide!

One of the most fun street art finds of the week, this sea monster comes totally alive, rendered in a uniquely perfect symmetry with its urban landscape.  We had to share it!  Check out @StreetArtBuzz on Twitter for more.

Urban Art Finds A Permanent Home in New Jersey at Mana Contemporary

Founded by Mana Contemporary Director Eugene Lemay, the Mana Museum of Urban Street Arts will be interactive, comprehensive and the first of its kind in the world. Focusing on street art and graffiti, the Museum of Urban Arts will be... Continue Reading →

New York City Streetscapes by Mark Neuwirth

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