The unlikely partnership between a billboard company and street artists brings change in the relationship between art and outdoor commerce.
Here are some newsworthy items about murals and street art in Los Angeles for February 2013.
Foliage growing out of the roof of a five-story downtown building became inspiration for an art exhibition.
New form of street art pays tribute to the city's name.
L.A. installation artist Ramiro Gomez Jr. timed his latest cardboard creations with the Senate hearings on immigration policy on Capitol Hill.
Elliott Barkan's photographs of Los Angeles murals portray the growing self-identity of Chicano culture since the late 1960s.
A parking spot becomes the spirit of a downtown looking for interaction between pedestrian and transportation.
A rundown of public art news and stories for the month of January, 2013.