Street Art Trajectory (Series 4)
Los Angeles Arts District
Pure momentary creative release. Social commentary. Revealing public displays of emotion. The (often) clandestine art of reclaiming public space is fast turning our city streets into our most relevant galleries.
In the fourth of a continuing series ‘Street Art Trajectory’ on Mojo Junction, we explore street art in Los Angeles. These images were taken in the Arts District of Los Angeles this February, close to the famous viaduct where Grease, Terminator II and countless film-clips have been shot. A point of interest—the top-quality artworks in this particular collection are in close proximity, all within a few blocks of the super-hip Arts District downtown. Also notable is the position of the art on buildings. I purposely shot the space around the artwork to show the immense scale of some of the works.
Most of the artists in this fourth series are unknown beyond their accompanying signatures on the walls. Mojo Junction would like to credit all artists where possible, so if you know any of their identities, please shoot us an email: connect[@]mojojunction.com
All artwork located in Los Angeles, USA. Zipcode: 90013
Photography by Aurora Jane