Photo by G. Stickers by Homo Riot and Bod Bod
Homo Riot, Bod Bod
Today the Supreme Court votes on the constitutionality of Prop 8 in California. For those like me that don’t speak “news,” that means will you be able to marry if you are gay and have equal rights.
Equal rights, my ass!!!!!!!!! Until people admit that homosexual thoughts enter their brains from time to time (whether or not they intend on acting upon them), we will never be free. Think for yourself and don’t rely on the government for your happiness!
Photos by G. Various Artists.
You Call Yourself An Artist? by Desire Obtain Cherish
As I told you previously, the Melrose and Fairfax curated exhibition “What Graffiti is to New York Street Art is to Los Angeles” is epic. There is so much great art to see and 15 of the hottest artists on the scene have works on display. The show runs until the end of June, 2011 at The Maximillian Gallery at the Sunset Marquis in Los Angeles. You’ll see works from Alec Monopoly, Free Humanity, SmogCity, Bankrupt Slut, Gregory Siff, Homo Riot, 2wenty, Snyder, KH no. 7, Desire Obtain Cherish, Cyrcle & DD$, Bod Bod, DeeKay and Smear. You should also visit Maximillian Gallery’s official website to watch a video of the street artists featured in this show collaborating a one of a kind Gibson Guitar which will be auctioned off for charity. View the video here. And now, by popular demand – more photos from “What Graffiti is to New York Street Art is to Los Angeles.” Enjoy!
KH No. 7
Photos by G. Various Artists.
"What Graffiti is to New York Street Art is to Los Angeles." Now showing at Maximilian Gallery at the Sunset Marquis in Los Angeles through June 30, 2011.
Street art is hot right now and Los Angeles is the creative epicenter of a Renaissance period in the movement. The leading Los Angeles street art site Melrose and Fairfax are currently hosting their first curated exhibit entitled “What Graffiti Is To New York Street Art Is To Los Angeles” and it’s a must see. The exhibit is located at the Maximillian Gallery inside the Sunset Marquis hotel and some of the hottest names in street art are featured. You’ll see works from Alec Monopoly, Free Humanity, SmogCity, Bankrupt Slut, Gregory Siff, Homo Riot, 2wenty, Snyder, KH no. 7, Desire Obtain Cherish, Cyrcle & DD$, Bod Bod, DeeKay and Smear.
The art you’ll see is fantastic! I don’t even know where to begin trying to describe all the great works that are on display so let me just say that you must see this exhibit with your own eyes. When you see an electric guitar (different than the one in the first picture) that is completely covered with itty-bitty handcut stickers from the artist Bankrupt Slut, your mind will be blown (see picture below). Over the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing photos of art from all of these incredibly talented artists as I know it will not be possible for all of you to make it to Los Angeles in time to see this exhibit. Please be patient!
I was very fortunate enough to attend the opening night reception for “What Graffiti Is To New York Street Art Is To Los Angeles” and it was as epic as the art featured. Most of the artists were in attendance (as well as a bunch of undercover cops on the prowl to meet their monthly arrest quotas). To my knowledge, nobody was apprehended, but a lot of the art I saw was certainly arresting! There was so much love in the room, it was truly an amazing night. It was extra special for me to finally match faces to the art I’ve featured on this site from my trips to Los Angeles. Many people in attendance recognized me from this site and I felt so blessed to receive such great feedback from everyone. Thanks to everyone I talked to. Massive respect to all!
I Never Said I Was Good, I Just Want To Play by 2wenty
Don’t miss this exhibit!
“What Graffiti is to New York Street Art is to Los Angeles” is showing at the Maximillian Gallery at the Sunset Marquis Hotel (located at 1200 Alta Loma Road) in Los Angeles. The exhibit will run until June 30, 2011.
Photo by G. Art by Bod Bod.
Hello My Name Is Emperor Palpatine (top), Batman and Joker (bottom)
May The 4th Be With You!