Now that it's out, loopholes and concerns are surfacing.
A major step towards reviving Los Angeles as the centerpiece for the contemporary urban mural movement, a draft ordinance that redefines murals was introduced today.
Murals were banned for the most part in 2002 when the art form was wrapped into litigation surrounding the city's sign ordinance.
These panoramas allow us to immerse ourselves into the lives and stories of the Occupy protesters, without the need to hear a single voice.
A pile of trash surrounds a mural protesting a pile of cash.
A famous downtown Los Angeles mural is being restored.
Before Facebook and Tweets rallied protesters to public space, murals occupied the walls.
His short film, while covering what many Angelenos know about its own murals, deftly introduces the art issue to a larger audience.