As we previously informed you, West Hollywood Library is currently undergoing a deluxe facelift thanks to the work of three supremely talented street artists curated by MOCA: Kenny Scharf, Shepard Fairey and RETNA. Stepping up to bat as the second artist to get to work on the building, Fairey has begun his installation on a bright yellow wall that he has created for a canvas. Painstakingly using stencils to give birth to his final design (which takes a much longer time than the wheatpasting street artists usually utilize), Fairey’s piece is still very much a work-in-progress, but impressive already nonetheless.
Photgrapher: Carlos Gonzalez
Source: Arrested Motion