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.
The first round of motions that will revive murals in Los Angeles, allowing ordinances to be drafted, were passed by the city council on Wednesday.
A decade-old ban of murals, which when on private property are considered commercial signs under broad city codes, is likely headed for change.
Muralists and art administrators are being invited to speak their mind, and stake their claim, in the ongoing overhaul of ordinances that block production of murals at a meeting on