Sand One and Vyal One Paint a Downtown Mural That Gets Buffed Within a Week (VIDEO)
This week in print, Tony Cella and Simone Wilson look at L.A. City Attorney Carmen Trutanich's war on public murals and the moratorium that has left many artists seeing their sanctioned work get buffed almost before the paint has even had time to dry.
Two such artists are Sand One and Vyal One, who recently painted a mural on a downtown restaurant with the owner's permission. It lasted less than a week. Good thing Nanette Gonzales was there to document its creation.
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