It’s on Beverly Boulevard where you can find the latest Dourone art piece titled “Medio lleno, medio vacío.” In English: half full, half empty.
The artwork was carried out in Blick’s art store location in West Los Angeles. The parking garage to this famous art supplies store is becoming a museum of urban art in which many national and international artists have already made their mark.
DOURONE started with graffiti in Madrid, Spain in 1999. His style is defined as SENTIPENSANTE* – a contraction of the Spanish words for feeling and thinking. The style was created by Uruguayan journalist and writer Eduardo Galeano.
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