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  1. LA Weekly celebrated Valentines Day 2012 with a new red, black,  and white facade painted by the German wonder twins, Raoul and Davide  Perre, known as How & Nosm.

    LA Weekly celebrated Valentines Day 2012 with a new red, black, and white facade painted by the German wonder twins, Raoul and Davide Perre, known as How & Nosm.

     
     
  2. This morning I headed down to La Brea to grab some photos of the latest Mr. Brainwash…I’ll let you come to your own opinions about him and his work. Read more about his first LA show since Exit Through the Gift Shop in Shelley’s article: Mr. Brainwash Strikes Again!

    This morning I headed down to La Brea to grab some photos of the latest Mr. Brainwash…I’ll let you come to your own opinions about him and his work. Read more about his first LA show since Exit Through the Gift Shop in Shelley’s article: Mr. Brainwash Strikes Again!

     
     
  3. I had an amazing assignment last month photographing EINE while he applied his legendary lettering to the side of the LAWeekly building. He is seriously one of the coolest guys I’ve ever met and photographed. Even his photographer was awesome!
Putting my fear of heights aside I went up in the Sky Lift while he worked. He took breaks to smoke and plan out his graffiti crossword from the opposite side of the street. We had a chance to talk about his life long dream of becoming a bum as he sprawled out in the sunshine, puffing on a Marlboro cigarette next to the onramp of the 405N.
It was an epic day and I’ll never forget it.

    I had an amazing assignment last month photographing EINE while he applied his legendary lettering to the side of the LAWeekly building. He is seriously one of the coolest guys I’ve ever met and photographed. Even his photographer was awesome!

    Putting my fear of heights aside I went up in the Sky Lift while he worked. He took breaks to smoke and plan out his graffiti crossword from the opposite side of the street. We had a chance to talk about his life long dream of becoming a bum as he sprawled out in the sunshine, puffing on a Marlboro cigarette next to the onramp of the 405N.

    It was an epic day and I’ll never forget it.

     
     
  4. D*Face is in town this week and I had the opportunity to meet him and photograph his newest piece on the wall of the Corey Helford Gallery. Check out Liz’s interview: D*Face Comes to L.A.: British Street Artist Talks Advertising, Skating and Punk Rock he says a lot of really inspirational things we all should be thinking about.

    D*Face is in town this week and I had the opportunity to meet him and photograph his newest piece on the wall of the Corey Helford Gallery. Check out Liz’s interview: D*Face Comes to L.A.: British Street Artist Talks Advertising, Skating and Punk Rock he says a lot of really inspirational things we all should be thinking about.