In this artist spotlight Talented Vandalz followed Versuz around the streets of Los Angeles, through downtown alley’s, rooftops, empty lots, billboards, and permission walls to document the versatility he brings to the graffiti culture. Known as one of Los Angeles’ most dedicated graffiti artist’s, Versuz talks about how he stays motivated, how he prepares for a night of bombing, and how he plans to stay ahead of the competition.
New video by AC_in_CA featuring Buge BAMC.
A documentary about the purification of a place through the mysterious medium of illegal street art.
New video by AC_in_CA featuring Augs and Buge.
New video by Erwin Recinos featuring graffiti artist Hufer One. Footage of the video was taken at The Container Yard in downtown Los Angeles which include many other artist such as James Haunt, Self One, Vyal, Blah, Saute, The Love Crew and many others. You can get more info about the Container Yard via there instagram, @thecontaineryard.
Time-lapse of Christina Angelina and Fin DAC’s murals on Winston Street in Downtown Los Angeles.
“After working on a few different short artist spotlights our team decided to put together Talented Vandalz Volume 1, a longer length video documenting the process, techniques and stragedy of multiple graffiti artists. In this volume we Filmed Versuz Kog Lts, Buges Bamc, Klozer Lmk, Demos Nwk Kog, TDB crew, Scom rk, Eyos Crew, & an Interview with Los Angeles based photographer Utapout. Special thanks to All the artist in the video, Alison Casey, Fuer, Bolla, & Omae. Instagram: @TalentedVandalz @Utapout @AC_IN_CA“
For Art Fans By Art Fans [FAFBAF] is pleased to present Episode 3: SEPTERHED – Art Conquers Everything.
Los Angeles street artist “Common Cents” kicks off the new year with a huge billboard takeover. Here’s what he had to say:
“A water park was built in the 1980’s to look like the 1950’s and abandoned in the 2000’s so there was a creepy aura in the air of a failed American Dream that once stood there. The scenery was blessed with Trustocorp’s installations prior to our arrival and had conveyed the dismantled dream perfectly through their placement and execution as they manipulated the old billboards into their own style. Most have seen this place on their trips to and from Los Angeles to Las Vegas but didn’t know exactly what it was and I had an itch to bring it to life. With temperatures reaching past 100F and the constant fear of getting killed by a tweaker I made sure each artist finished their walls within daylight and in one trip. Photos can be seen in Issue 24 of Very Nearly Almost Magazine.”