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What Makes Graff Tours Different – Part 2: LA Street Art Tour

Our Los Angeles tour centers around the downtown art’s district of Los Angeles. The implantation of massive LA Free Walls along with the everpresent UTI crew makes DTLA a must see for any Street Art Tourist.

MSK member Risk has a unique process. By melting automotive paint on top of buildings he creates a flourishing color that looks magnificent in the Los Angeles Sun. Crazy Gideon’s building has become an accomplice in Risk taking his art to a new level.

Risk using this new automobile paint – what a great concept

Risk using this new automobile paint – what a great concept

Fin Dac’s Urban Aesthetic cannot be more apparent in this Collab with Angelina Christina. This combination Stencil wheatpaste is part of their “Journey from innocence to experience” series where the two artists traveled the world putting up their art and spreading their message of hope.

Fin DAC x Angelina Christina New Collaboration – Los Angeles, USA

Fin DAC x Angelina Christina New Collaboration – Los Angeles, USA

The achievements of Native American groups from Alaska to Argentina in the arts, agriculture, writing and science is portrayed by the Earth Crew. It is intended to celebrate “the end of a 500-year cycle of colonization, and the inauguration of a new era of multicultural collaboration.”

Mural was painted by Earth Crew members- Erik “Duke” Montenegro, Benjamin, James Frank, Jr., Rojelio “Angst” Cabral, and Joseph “Nuke” Montalvo. Coordinated by Helen Samuels.

Mural was painted by Earth Crew members- Erik “Duke” Montenegro, Benjamin, James Frank, Jr., Rojelio “Angst” Cabral, and Joseph “Nuke” Montalvo. Coordinated by Helen Samuels.

UTI crew has been holding down DTLA since the 80’s. They use the wall as a showcase and roll call remembering artists of old and refreshing their skills.

UTI Crew redid their wall outside of Art Share LA

UTI Crew redid their wall outside of Art Share LA

Traditional graffiti is a nice touch in an area now filled with paid for murals and “legals.”

UTI Crew Wall Redux – Killing it with characters

UTI Crew Wall Redux – Killing it with characters

Uk Graphic Designer Tristan Eaton is a force to be reckoned with after completed works for The Little Italy Street Art Project and this work on Traction Ave.

“I was a Botox Junkie” – Tristan Eaton

“I was a Botox Junkie” – Tristan Eaton

Don’t worry LA has a lot more where this came from including prized works by How and Nosm and Dabs and Myla not shown here. Enjoy.