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Ukraine based artist KLONE made his mark on The Roxy’s West-facing wall recently and we have the time-lapse video to prove it.
From his birth in USSR to travels in Israel, KLONE’s work focuses on memories he has created or collected from others throughout his life experience. He learns “a new language that invents itself along the way.”
Video: Off Tatum Productions
Roxy Artist of the Week: David Olenick
Graphic designer David Olenick understands the art of illustrating how silly our basic behaviors can be. His latest batch of designs reflect some of the fine decisions we make from time to time. Olenick’s designs are absolutely charming and relatable. See some of his works below that range from sound advice to quirky takes on various subjects, including the always favorite, T-Rex.
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(We) LOVE ANNIE.
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Artist of the Week: Sebastien Mesnard
Artist of the Week: Annie Preece
Annie Preece has been making her mark on Los Angeles for quite some time, but as of late, she is the buzzing left and right amongst the street art community. She began in San Francisco creating her own artwork and was noted as one of the very few female graffiti artists. Her graffiti background continues to influence her paintings. Preece has worked with Project Canvas and holds art shows as much as possible. You can see her work at the upcoming Street Preachers show at the Eagle Rock Center for the Arts on September 6 that also features prominent LA female street artists.