Posts by Alyssa Anda

October 24, 2011

Street Art Rocks KROQ Radio Station

Who better to freshin' up the walls of a modern rock radio station than the one and only El Mac? With the help of Augustine Kofie, the two collaborated for a design on a wall inside the KROQ building in Pasadena, California. KROQ, being rock-centered, received an aptly themed music mural. Keeping with the dark colors usually associated with the station, the mural contains shades of red, dark colors and white.

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October 20, 2011

Text Sculpture Juxtapositions

Doug Aitken's text sculpture series makes use of light-boxes, mirror works, photography and even living plants to create a wonderful interplay of words and images. In his past, the Los Angeles-based artist dabbled with architectural inventions, films and photography. “Utilizing a wide array of media and artistic approaches, his eye leads us into a world where time, space, and memory are fluid concepts,” shares his website.

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October 10, 2011

Schoolgirl Photo Diaries

Michal Pudelka has a way of capturing beauty in the simplest of situations. The 21-year-old Czech Republic photographer creates another world for these girls, and we are fortunate enough to receive a glimpse into their lives. The softness and innocence really capture the eye. And there is that certain something that leaves you wanting more.

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October 4, 2011

Stunning Wall Masterpiece by David Choe

This year's Nuart Festival features the one and only David Choe. Established in 2001, Nuart is an annual international contemporary street and urban art festival held in Stavanger, the west coast of Norway. Los Angeles native Choe joins DVS-1 to create wonderful works of art on street walls. In one particular piece, Choe covered the entire wall – floor to ceiling – with the breathtaking beauty of this masterpiece. The festival runs until November 1st.

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