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Murals in los angeles

Murals in los angeles

Murals in los angeles

More than 500 murals paint the streets of Los Angeles. We’ve got a taste of them, so we’ve whittled the list down to 10. This is a city that knows how to make an impact, and their artwork is no exception. – Michael H. Gray, Los Angeles 6. Portland, Oregon People Park Portland offers a look at the world through its photo-radar unit, with cameras that note the identity, speed, and direction of every car that passes through. The resulting permanent memory is called People Park

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The Arts District in downtown Los Angeles is the must-visit spot if you can only check out one neighborhood in LA for street art. Starting in the 1970s, artists began moving to this area of Los Angeles and hosting exhibitions, putting on productions, and opening cafes and small theaters. Fast forward to today and it’s still a popular place for the art community with murals popping up on buildings all over the neighborhood. Add in the breweries (Angel City Brewery is popular) and restaurants among the concentration of colorful and beautiful pieces of street art and it’s easy to see why this is a great place to spend some time exploring.

You have probably heard of Skid Row in Los Angeles and didn’t think of it as a destination you’d have on your list. But the Skid Row City Limits Mural has recently voted as the best new street art piece in LA a few years ago. Completely funded and created by the residents of Skid Row, it’s a way to draw attention to the area with the population number reading “too many”. It helps create conversion about this area of Los Angeles which is what the creators intended and there are plans to continue to add to it. (Source: www.letsroam.com)

 

 

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