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Saber’s L.A. Skies Takeover: End Mural Moratorium. Art Is Not A Crime (Video)

Famed street artist Saber took to the skies above L.A.’s City Hall and Downtown to send a message on Monday (September 19), via sky-writing plans that zoomed around the skies and leaving names and messages throughout the day. This is the video of the feat, and Saber’s explanation below (via SaberOne.com): The reason I hired five jet planes to sky write over City Hall and downtown Los Angeles is to bring awareness to how ridiculous a moratorium on public art is. The city states that all public murals are signage, effectively banning art from the walls of Los Angeles…
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Street Artist Saber ‘Gets Up’ In Skies Above Los Angeles (Photos)

L.A. street artist/graff legend, Saber, knows how to get up. He became legendary in the 1990s after the completion of a monstrous L.A. River piece so big it took weeks to finish … and today, he’s taking the term, “getting up”, to a whole new level. On Monday (September 19), he took to the skies of Los Angeles to send a message to local government — #ArtIsNotACrime. Various skywriting-equipped planes zoomed around the skies Monday, taunting officials with various words and phrases. Saber got up each member of his MSK/AWR crew in the sky — including REVOK, and Risk, among others…
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