Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart

When buildings come down in Hollywood it does a couple of things. It exposes older pieces that may have been well hidden before hand, and it usually frees up a couple of blank walls that make up a nice big canvas some enterprising painters.

On Hobart and Santa Monica there's currently not only two walls full of art - one from '06 and one from August '07 - but also an excellent Che, that looks like it was created from 8-bit programming by using the concrete squares as pixels. Then if that wasn't enough, when I drove around the block, giant Easter Island stone heads!

Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart

All photos by Mark Mauer. More after the jump.

Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart
Old and new Sever and Dame on Santa Monica and Hobart

See some good tags or street art? Email info and photos to lurker@laweekly.com


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