Wednesday, May 25, 2011

"S" is for Street Art (abc Wednesday in Culver City, CA)...or New ART Kids in Town?

 Art by Herakut (German artists Hera & Akut) can be found at crossroads of Washington Blvd. and National.) The murals are really eye-catching (yes, pun intended) and I did turn around to get a photo.

More info can be found on Culver City Times Blog and The Dirt Floor.

20 comments:

brattcat said...

the 'eyes' have it...these are some delightful samples of street art.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

This is related to the street art show at MOCA / Japan Town adjacent. Check it out. Complete visual overload.

BTW: Thanks for the VH shout out. I'd say so on the post, but it's kind of funny that it's zero comments. Speaks to the ebb and flow of our profession.

Laurie said...

WOw, these are gorgeous.

chubskulit said...

So beautiful!

Come join the fun in our Sand Boxes

altadenahiker said...

I particularly like the shoes and ankles on mural #2.

Clueless in Boston said...

I like these very much. Very whimsical and charming.

Kate said...

These well-executed murals look like they are commissioned pieces.

VioletSky said...

Wonderful street art. The blending of the two artists style makes these quite profound.

peaceroad said...

wow, nice murals there. Beautiful Street art.

hocam said...

These are lovely. I really like the eyes in the peacock feathers

Berowne said...

Remarkable; glad you brought them to our attention.

Roger Owen Green said...

very talented artist.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

RedPat said...

Very cool! Nice ones.

Jack said...

These are magnificent, Tash.

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

Great post for "S". I love steet art - it tells you so much about the place and is always a nice diversion when walking.

Almost Precious said...

It's certainly an imaginative way to promote the arts and perhaps also to encourage a younger crowd to appreciate the arts.

photowannabe said...

Fascinating artwork. I love the unique style.

Babzy said...

beautiful murals !!!

spacedlaw said...

Magnificent work!

Maya said...

Wow, those are amazing!