Beyond Graffiti II is the final show at the A+D Museum’s location on Wilshire Boulevard. The exhibition will be a farewell to a beloved cultural landmark, as the building will be destroyed to make room for the new Fairfax/Wilshire metro station located across the street from LACMA.
The second run of Beyond Graffiti is an emotional response to the changing of our neighborhoods and the loss of LA history. In light of our city’s constant development toward modernization, graffiti directly provides a dynamic medium to address this cultural lost. Graffiti is more than just adding color or words to a wall – it is expressive gesture vis à vis architecture, design, and the landscape of the city in which we live. We are defining the rich history of the urban art scene that pushes past the preconception of the spray can.
French magazine BlackRainbow recently unveiled the cover of their latest issue featuring Kobe Bryant on the cover posed with the work of Patrick Martinez in the background. The basketball themed release (limited to 100 copies) can be purchased on BlackRainbow‘s Parisian flagship store and online. In it, Kobe can be seen in front of Martinez’s signature neon works as well as a large painting.
Photo credit: Jared Ryder
11 color screen print
Coventry Rag 290 gsm
Diptych set (Not sold separately)
20″ x 16″ each print
Signed and numbered by artist
Certified by Art Heist
Edition of 80 sets
$160.00 + s/h
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at Noon PST
– 10 color hand pulled screen print
– 18″ x 24″ Deckle Edged Coventry Rag 290gsm
– Signed, Editioned and Embossed
– Edition: 100
– Hand embellished by DABS MYLA with spray paint
For more information please visit www.dabsmyla.com
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Catalog available for viewing and download at: knowngallery.com//Catalogs/CAMPreviewKnownGallery.pdf