Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Hooty Hoo

Side of Glass Shop on Sunset Blvd.

Sunset Junction, Silverlake, Los Angeles
Medium: Wheat Paste & Aerosol

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Not just hot air: Project Remember

Help Los Angeles street artist, Leba, with his new project, Project Remember. Reminding us to bring the US troops home from Afganistan, he will release a glowing ballon for each fallen US Solider. Over 1600 hundred ballons will be released in total in remembrance of those lost.

You can help Leba make this happen on Kickstarter. You can even get a print and t-shirt!

Inkling Please!

I really want to get one of these. It's the new Wacom Inkling. You can sketch on any paper, anywhere and save your sketches digitally. You can then transfer the sketches to your computer as images and even vectors. Amazing. Check out the video below.


Monday, August 29, 2011

Dope Sauce

Now that's a slap Pack! Shout out to A.N.T.A. for sending me this incredible sticker pack and killer buttons.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

It's not my war

Homegirl Lydia Emily's "It's not my war" joins the LA vs. WAR wall.

Sunset Blvd & Santa Monica Blvd
Sunset Junction, Silver Lake
Media: Wheat Paste Poster
Artist: Lydia Emily

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Who needs Viagra?

Get up, Stay up with Bankrupt Slut

Vermont & Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles
Media: Wheat Paste Poster
Artist: Bankrupt Slut

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


I saw this dinosaur smoking outside Mornings Nights cafe in Silverlake the other day. He must not know about the new clean air law in LA.

Monday, August 22, 2011

There's a Maus in the Haus

Sunset Blvd. @ Pazzo Gelato
Silverlake, Los Angeles
Media: Aerosol Stencil Wheat Paste Poster
Artist: Maus

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Eat your Wheatie Paste!

This epic multipanel wheat paste just went up for LA VS. WAR in Silverlake on Junk Yard Wall. It is for an anti-war / pro-peace art show to take place on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. This piece is collabo between some of LA's finests street beasts: Septerhed, Lydia Emily, John Carr, Leba, 2wenty, Lucky Bunny, Contra, Mear One, Larimie, Birdman and other artists helping out.


Listen to Leba
Lydia Emily & John Carr 
John Carr

lucky bunny, leba, 2wenty, larimie

Sunset Blvd and Santa Monica on Junk Yard Wall by Jiffy Lube

Sunset Junction, Silverlake, Los Angeles
Medium: Wheat Paste Poster
Artists: Septerhed, Lydia Emily, Contra, John Carr, Mear One, Leba, 2wenty, Lucky Bunny, Larimie

Oh yeah, Street Art is Dead LA

Some samplings of work on junk yard wall before the massive wheat paste project for LA vs. WAR went up today.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

LA vs. WAR needs you!

"LA vs. WAR" is back and needs your help on Kickstarter. Check it out, contribute to make a wonderful show and get some amazing art from incredible artists.

Make LA vs. WAR happen on Kickstarter. Only 2 days left!
via Kickstarter: 
LA Vs. WAR will mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11 2001 attacks with a massive group art exhibition and event taking place in Downtown Los Angeles from 9/9/11 to 9/11/11 at the Vortex. LA Vs. WAR presents some of today’s most prolific, pro-peace/anti-war, political artists in a multi-media exhibition chronicling the creative responses to the current military conflicts in the Middle East/North Africa/Central Asia, The Global War on Terror, the Drug Wars, and other wars on marginalized peoples. After the September 2011 show, we plan to travel the exhibition as "Vs. WAR" to other cities in the U.S. and abroad in the spirit of peace and creative collaboration.
LA Vs. WAR is part exhibition, part experience. The art show will be curated byYo! Peace, Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Political Gridlock and Ad Hoc Art and will feature a large selection of fine art and limited edition prints and posters. Live art demonstrations and workshops will engage the audience in creative activities ranging from graffiti, t-shirt printing, stenciling, and more. Teach-ins with our grassroots partners will inform and inspire attendees to transform their own lives and communities.

LA vs. WAR, Downtown LA

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Mod Quad

This four-framed piece popped up briefly at Sunset Junction between Koffinz' and Lydia Emily's / Visual Narcotics pieces before it was taken.

Sunset Junction
Silver Lake, Los Angeles

My Money's on Morley

Sunset Blvd. ATM in front of Rough Trade

Sunset Junction, Silver Lake, Los Angeles
Medium: Wheat Paste Poster
Artist: Morley

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


This is long gone, but I strolled by this one day on Hyperion. Awesome drawing on sandbag.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Skeleton Crossing

In Sanborn cross walk between El Pollo Loco and Circus of books

Silver Lake, Los Angeles
Medium: Reflective tape

Street Artist Beware of the Skunks

I almost got skunked last night on my photo mission. Street artists, beware when roaming the streets of Silver Lake at night. They're everywhere on the back street and hard to see. You can hear it "ppfffttt" when it's tail goes up. Watch out for raccoons too, they will eat you!

Monday, August 8, 2011

Off with the Hed

I love being visually assaulted, especially by black and white geodesic heads sprinkled with pastel candy coatings. Los Angeles street artist, SEPTERHED, made my eyes hurt so good. His SUBVERSIVE HOLIDAY experience was one of the best deliveries of a street art exhibit I've seen. The walls were scralwed with bold, angular typography and topped off with graphic wolf imagey, "heds"and cheeky statements.

There were many local LA Street Artists on the scene that got down on a "graffiti wall". Lydia Emily, 2wenty and The Status Faction were among the artists at the opening. Septerhed bumped my book and I was lucky enough to be able to score a painting that will be hanging in my house soon.

Check out the show at:

Hold Up Art
358 E. 2nd St.
Downtown LA