Floating, bubbly, smiley faces are at once recognizable, even welcoming, while also being just a bit off
Equipped with only brushes and oil paint, Long Beach artist David Early is helping beautify a part of the city’s Wrigley neighborhood along the bustling Pacific Avenue corridor one mural at a time.
It was a complete surprise to the new owners of a prominent bank building on Ocean Boulevard when they discovered a hidden mosaic on its facade, one with regional historical significance.
Councilman Rex Richardson hosted an unveiling Saturday morning for the latest mural in North Long Beach
Covering the south side of a Salvadoran-Mexican food joint, the piece shows a young girl riding a coyote in a desert night surrounded by agave plants—a metaphor for family separation.
Canadian artist Rita Letendre painted “Sun Forces” for the 1965 California International Sculpture Symposium at Cal State Long Beach.
A new medical marijuana dispensary expected to open in late March will offer a little more for the brain than just a certain puffable plant.
WB Fontenot is a bit turned off by technology these days. The Los Angeles-based artist, chose to tackle the negative implications created by our use of technology in his latest mural, “The Communal Distraction from Evolution,” which is now permanently on display at Downtown Long Beach’s Federal Bar.