This Saturday at Mid-City Arts marks the debut US exhibit from Ukrainian artistic duo Interesni Kazki. The duo have created all new works for this special show which will run through the end of the year. Don’t miss this one!
Sat, Nov. 19th 6-9PM Mid-City Arts
5113 West Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles ‘Nothing Special’ featuring new works from Interesni Kazki http://midcity-arts.com/
DABS MYLA continue their non-stop take over of the world as they come off the Moniker Art Fair in London, England and bestow two beautiful works to the streets of London before taking off for Paris. The mural below is in collaboration with London’s very own Remi/Rough.
HowNosm have landed in LA again… and this time they have thrown down the gauntlet in a big way. ‘ACHTUNG!‘ opened last night at Known Gallery in Los Angeles and if you missed it, well… I feel bad for you.
“For people who keep track of this, How and Nosm are the next big thing.” – Carlo McCormick (curator and senior editor at Paper Magazine)
“Over the course of their recent murals, How & Nosm have woven together a loose yet consistent narrative world of sorts reflecting among other things the greed of man, the interplay between modern and traditional lifestyles, and an ecosystem under threat.” – DailyDujour.com
Whatever you do, get yourself to the end of Traction Ave in downtown LA to witness their massive mural “Heartship” in person (pictured above). Produced in collaboration with the LA Freewalls Project, the mural is a thing of majestic beauty.
The Perre twins don’t sleep and aim to do at least 200 murals every year the world over. The recent release of ‘How & Nosm: The Brazil Diaries’ from On The Run is a stunning documentation of their unyielding work ethic and their dominance on the streets of Brazil (a country the duo visit regularly only a few times each year, but still find themselves up on the streets more than the majority of the local artists that live there). Be sure to pick up a copy when you visit Known Gallery to check out ‘ACHTUNG!’ in person – the only way to really dig in and view their works.