Shepard Fairey explains how skateboarding, punk music and graffiti influenced his work and the ways it has shaped his career.
Julien “Seth” Malland is a world traveling, street painting, socially conscious individual roaming the far places of this planet. Malland took a three year journey around the world to create his work in remote areas. He would spend time with the locals then create beautiful pieces displaying children and colors which help “liven up” the communities.
It’s always beautiful when a passion for the arts is visible within the works. Artistic duo (and couple) Dabs Myla is a prime example. The two artists originate from Melbourne, and for the past few years have been developing their craft worldwide, most recently with an exhibition titled “All Good Things” at the Metro Gallery in their hometown. LRG highlighted the two in the latest installment of its Artist Driven series, first covering the process of painting a gloriously technicolor wall, then displaying a recap of their solo exhibition. Enjoy the feel-good video above.
Live #Graffiti #Mural at the Rakim show. #ATX #Art
Baby, Robots and Blind Sprinters #Truth #Graffiti #StreetArt #ATX
Capital City – SoCo Ave. #Graffiti #StreetArt #ATX #Austin