"The Best Street Art in Los Angeles"
CREATIVITY & ART
In 2003, the Los Angeles City Council enacted a “mural moratorium” in an attempt to regulate commercial billboards in neighborhoods zoned for single-family homes. Although their main targets were everyone from film studios to Nike, ultimately it was your average artist looking for real estate to paint that suffered from the ruling.
By 2013, the moratorium ended and artists and property owners were free to decorate various properties as they saw fit.
"The 10 Best Street Art Pieces to See While in Los Angeles" by Alec Banks, READ FULL ARTICLE via highsnobiety.com
Where: The Container Yard
Address: 800 E. Fourth St., Los Angeles
Where: Hyde Sunset
Address: 8117 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles
RETNA, Shepard Fairey & Kenny Scharf
Address: 625 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood
Where: Fabric Planet
Address: 423 Rose Ave., Venice
Saber & Zes
Where: Artist & Craftsman Supply
Address: 1917, 1921 E. Seventh St., Los Angeles
by Alec Banks via highsnobiety.com
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