20 Influential Muralists Transform a Los Angeles School Into a Street Art Museum

Kenny Scharf, Shepard Fairey, Jeff Soto and more.

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For its latest project, Branded Arts devised “the largest open air street art museum west of the Mississippi” at the Robert F. Kennedy Community School in Los Angeles, California. The artistic services company invited a group of 20 active and influential muralists to cover the school’s blank walls with beautiful, permanent works of art. The weeklong installation involved a multifarious bunch of street artists who worked alongside students from the K-12 school to fulfill their creative prescience. The artists on the project include Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, Jeff Soto, Hueman, Cyrcle, Sam Flores, Greg Mike, Beau Stanton and more.

The RFK Mural Festival is a lifelong installation and all is welcome to attend. Do remember, it is a school zone.

Get all the latest updates and see the full list of artists on the project at the Branded Arts’ official Facebook page, here.

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