Here is a little more information about the StreetArt Brokerage Firm Project in Los Angeles including the artists that make it all possible:
StreetArt Brokerage Firm Spearheads Artist driven Grassroots Effort Engaging LA.
Los Angeles, CA, March 21, 2015: Jason Ostro, artist and owner of The Gabba Gallery put together a grassroots artist effort called #AlleyProject, taking place in the Alley behind 3113 Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles, continuing the transformation, this time as a collaboration for The StreetArt Brokerage Firm.
“This project came together magically, in a matter of days and will transform the neighborhood for years to come. Street Artists from all over the world are painting!”
– Jason Ostro
Just shy of the Gabba Gallery’s two year anniversary, the neighborhood takes another leap in its’ transformation. Added to the murals on the building, 3134 Beverly Blvd, by artists such as owner, Jason Ostro, Peter Greco and Teachr, there is a Moncho 1929 wildlife inspired mural a block east on Tom’s Burgers, and now a giant bird by Swiss Artist Raphael Grisha just arrived across the street on 3113 Beverly, kicking off the #AlleyProject. Behind the building, the Alley is filled with over 25 murals by local and international artists, who, with just an invitation, generously contributed to the transformation.
The artist contributing to #AlleyProject thus far are Raphael Grischa, Phobik, Moncho1929, Andrea LaHue aka Random Act, Jason Ostro, Jennifer Korsen, Bandit, LOUDLABS, Peter Greco, MD MN, Clinton Bopp, Annie Preece, Matt Gondek, Gianni Arone, The Bleep Bloop, SpaceGoth, Johnny Brushstrokes, Wrdsmith, Thrashbird, Sketchy, Teachr, Septerhed, ThanksOne, Jules Muck, KrossD, Save the Panduhs, Mar, Blandy, Dour One, LeBA, ZLA, Afrika_47 aka Ralph Zimon and Pastey Whyte with more to come.
The Gabba Gallery and Random Act Projects have combined their efforts to enrich artists and community through Street Art, public projects, exhibitions, education, community outreach and beautification, to create The StreetArt Brokerage Firm. It’s first project being to partner with The Google Cultural Institute to pollinate and curate the Los Angeles content and exhibitions for their online Street Art platform. The StreetArt Brokerage firm spearheads the creation of two annual citywide community art events, #EarthdayStreet and #PeaceStreet and seeks partnerships, such as the Google Cultural Institute and Smile South Central, creating community and furthering the reputation of Los Angeles as the epicenter of Street Art and Arts Culture worldwide.