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Parallel Perpendicular art installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III, was vandalized with graffiti this past weekend, either Saturday night, or Sunday morning. A tagger/or taggers scribbled on two of the installation's mirror panels located in the center of the...
The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division installed a new temporary public artwork, Heteronormative: Death of the Golden Child, by Travion Payne, on the ground floor of the West Hollywood Park Five-Story Parking Structure, located at 625 N. San Vicente...
The "You’re All Welcome Here" mural by artist Mike Stilkey, comes to life via an augmented reality (AR) installation by Eyejack app. The mural located at WeHo City Hall, at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard, will dance via a smartphone through April...
The ONE LOVE neon art sign installation by street artist Scott Froschauer was hauled off last week to get some badly needed repairs after it was allegedly struck by a car. Workers dismantled the popular sign last Monday at roughly...
The West Hollywood Virginia Court Motel Diver neon art has been installed and is now fully lit at the top of a long stairway outside the West Hollywood Park Aquatic Center. The lighting of the neon art is part...
The West Hollywood Arts Division is calling on visual artists to submit artwork portfolios for a chance to create the City's annual end of year Holiday card 2021. The artwork will also be used for social media promotions and printed...
New public art has been installed at the traffic median on Santa Monica Boulevard and Doheny Drive as part of West Hollywood's Art on the Outside program. Meringue, by artist Kiduck Kim, went up this week and will be on...
Meet street artist Scott Froschauer. He is the sculptor behind the “Relax Ur OK” and “One Love” neon sign artworks currently on exhibit at the median located at the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard Halloway Drive in West Hollywood. The...
The Cacti art sculptures, located at the Santa Monica Boulevard median at the Beverly Hills West Hollywood Gateway, received some badly needed repairs today. Two assistants to artist James Peterson were seen at the median taking apart two sculptures....
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