Tag Archives: Street Art
Thinkspace kicked off 2011 in style on January 8th with an exhibition of new works by Oakland artists Brett Amory, Seth Armstrong and Adam Caldwell. There It Is presents an exploration of the urban aesthetic from three unique points of … Continue reading
Happy New Year Everyone! 2010 has been an exciting year for Platinum Cheese and I wanted to share some blog data along with the 10 most popular posts from the year. It was no surprise to find The Date Farmers gracing the … Continue reading
The long-awaited exhibit by The Date Farmers opened to an enthusiastic crowd last Saturday, December 11th at Ace Gallery. Comprised of Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramirez, The Date Farmers latest body of work continued their exploration of familiar pop iconography (ranging from … Continue reading
While gallery hopping in Chelsea, I stumbled upon this gem near the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. A wheat-paste mecca that’s overwhelming to the senses. Can anyone identify some of the artists?
On my way to meet some friends for dinner at The Tar Pit, I saw these prehistoric gems by Joe Ledbetter near La Brea & 2nd Street. Mmmm…sticky sweet.
Buff Monster is spreading his love of ice cream and Japanese influenced art right on the corner of Olympic and La Cienega. Thanks Buff for making me smile on my rainy day adventure!
Shepard Fairey & Invader on Sunset Being lost in LA sometimes has its advantages. While searching for a Thai restaurant, we stumbled across these gems together on one wall. Yep, notorious street artists Shepard Fairey and Invader were here.