I had a great time with these very interesting folks who help support Otis, one of LA's top art schools (in case you don't know).  

On this 3 hour tour they got to see street art and murals in DTLA and meet 
Stephen Zeigler (118 Winston Gallery) and see the art of Indian Alley as well as learn
 a little about it's history.

We ended up in Lincoln Heights where they also got to see the murals at Gorilla Arts, Plaza de la Raza and my Elephunktl mural as well.

All in all it was a good day with good people and great weather and we finished it off
 with lunch at Zinc.

Interested in a tour for your group? Hit me up for info and rates:



So last week I led another one of my LA graffiti tours that I organize for private and corporate groups.  This time I was contacted by LACMA Docents and I put together a 2 hour tour for the group which was about 60 people deep!
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We met up in DTLA and I showed them some of the nice productions by crews like CBS, MSK, K2S and artists like Risky, How/Nosm, and Mr. Cartoon.
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I explained to the group some of the basic terms and philosophies of graffiti and street art.  They had some excellent questions and were blown away by so much art that they had never seen or experienced so intimately.
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We wrapped up the tour back at my studio where I showed them some of my paintings, old and new.
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Proof that graff and street art are not only for the young, but the young at heart!

If you would like to have a tour for your group or company just contact me and we'll make it happen!

*All photos by Fred Alcantar © 2013