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“Street Cred” at the Pasadena Museum of California Art

While all eyes have been on Los Angeles the past couple months witnessing the explosion of street and graffiti art that has arisen from the MOCA show, there's also another great street art show now on view in the City of Angels, "Street Cred" at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. Two years in the making, the show focuses on the transitory state of street to gallery art and features a long roster of many favorites such as Greg "Craola" Simkins and Jeff Soto, two Hi-Fructose cover artist alums. To make the show even more appealing, it is currently on view alongside the latest exhibition by the Clayton Brothers, which we previewed for you here. Get a look at several of the works from the show now on display, after the jump.

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While all eyes have been on Los Angeles the past couple months witnessing the explosion of street and graffiti art that has arisen from the MOCA show, there’s also another great street art show now on view in the City of Angels, “Street Cred” at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. Two years in the making, the show focuses on the transitory state of street to gallery art and features a long roster of many favorites such as Greg “Craola” Simkins and Jeff Soto, two Hi-Fructose cover artist alums. To make the show even more appealing, it is currently on view alongside the latest exhibition by the Clayton Brothers, which we previewed for you here. Get a look at several of the works from the show now on display, after the jump.

Eye One

Kofie

Skept

Michael Alvarez

Alex Kizu

Greg “Craola” Simkins

Jeff Soto

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