We spotted more sidewalk stencil art while running around town over the holidays. If you have a take on what any of the less-obvious pieces are trying to communicate, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section.
This brand-new piece recently appeared on the corner of Franklin and Vista just south of Runyon Canyon. With a new year upon us, “Create anew” seems like an apropos sentiment, and it’s a nice touch that the figure in the piece is clearly a strong female. Is that an abstract American flag in the background?
This irreverent, stoner play on the ubiquitous “Keep Calm and Carry On” image is on Gardner just south of Sunset.
This tribute to a young Michael Jackson is on the sidewalk on Gardner and Hawthorn, just outside Gardner Elementary School’s Michael Jackson Auditorium. It’s hard to believe that six years have passed since his death.
We have no idea what this is about. Can someone really be that enthusiastic about Alaska Airlines’ shiny new Terminal 6 at LAX? Whatever it means, it’s on Gardner just south of Sunset.
This purple combo of Mr. Monopoly and … a squid … recently appeared on Gardner north of Sunset. The Mr. Monopoly character is also known as Rich Uncle Pennybags. His creator’s identity is unknown, but he first appeared in the American version of Monopoly in 1036. What would the original artist think of this take on his creation?