Graffiti art is a defining piece of the LA landscape, from elegant murals on Abbot Kinney to freestyle pieces at Murphy’s Ranch.
Senior Angelica Ramos was requested to cover up portions of her art exhibition in the Weisman Museum due to profanity.
Repeated graffiti requires hours of scrubbing and raises questions over unmonitored nature of the chapel
Photos by Andrea Barrera I once stood on the edge of a cliff — battered about by the wind with sea spray in my face — and looked out over an infinite ocean. I have stood in a thousand-year-old cathedral, looked up at the modern fluorescent lights that illuminate the seemingly still dripping frescoes and […]