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El Mac @ Los Angeles

As Los Angeles-based artist Miles “Mac” MacGregor closes out an undeniably impressive 2011, the graffiti expert is set to reveal his latest creation. Primed atop a frequently visited building located in West Hollywood, the mural highlights a lifelike portrayal of Connie Rice – a civil rights attorney, activist and relative of former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The piece appropriately focuses on El Mac’s uncanny ability to seemingly breathe life into his spray-painted works. You can expect the art to be featured in an upcoming article in the L.A. Times, which will also focus on the writings of Connie Rice.

Photography: Carlos Gonzalez/Arrested Motion

Date: Jan 2, 2012  /  Views: 4839  /  Author: Jonathan Sawyer
Category: Arts  /  Tags: Art, Graffiti, El mac