Le SUMMER STREET ART SHOW is the 4th edition of the STREETKUBE Art venues imagined by LOUIS Creative Workshop that originally takes place in Paris. This time for this special edition in L.A we will expose 15 french Street Artists, Live graffiti, Music and more...
☞ 15 FRENCH STREET ARTISTS ARTWORKS
SPEEDY GRAPHITO, RERO, JEF AEROSOL, JR, L’ATLAS, NASSYO, INVADER, ANDRÉ, AVERY, MOSKO & ASSOCIÉS, ZALEZ, ROMAIN FROQUET, SUBY ONE, KURAR
Courtesy of Fabien Castanier Gallery castaniergallery.com/ / Baptiste Ozenne
☞ LIVE GRAFFITI / Sand One, Eliot Oxander, Erica Shaw, Jake Merten/Look At
☞ PROJECTIONS / MARKO93
The STREETKUBE events were created 3 years ago by the creative Agency LOUIS Creative Workshop who regulary promote and organize Art projects of all kind.
Le SUMMER STREET ART SHOW is organised with the help of the selected french street artists and with the collaboration of Fabien Castanier Gallery and Art Dealer Bapstiste Ozenne.
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☞ ABOUT LOUIS CREATIVE WORKSHOP
LOUIS Creative Workshop is an interactive agency specialized in the development of creative concepts, innovative communication campaigns, creation and content production, art direction and event design with a 360 ° positioning.It is the result of the the alliance of Dwayne Iserief, the marketing profile and Julien Surdeau, the artistic profile, the whole surrounded by a strong network of freelancers and talented young artists.The agency has a wide range of integrated services, it offers its freshness and its creativity to prestigious clients (Danone) and its knowledge and global expertise to clients with différent needs (designers, concept stores, art galleries ...). And all this with a serious artistic french touch !
☞ LEXINGTON S.H.
For decades, Hollywood & Vine has been known as the epicenter of Hollywood culture where colors, trends, preferences and art meld seamlessly together to create a masterpiece of an experience. The design of Lexington (by Schoos Design) has followed this recipe to create an environment where old textures blend with contemporary art and design, from classic Queen Anne chairs with five legs to modern stick figure art displayed throughout the space created and hand painted by Thomas Schoos. At Lexington, the lines between food and décor design are blurred.