Drawing in talent from all over the world, the Life is Beautiful Festival recently wrapped up in Las Vegas. The event brings together many different art forms and aspects of culture, such as music and food, but the street art installations are at the forefront of the festival. Its outdoor gallery, curated by Charlotte Dutoit of Justkids, takes over 15 blocks of the city. Life is Beautiful is now in it’s second year, returning with the addition of a few new twists including an abandoned motel that houses 6 separate installations, each done on an impressive scale.
Although the event itself has finished, the murals have remained, and are definitely worth checking out. Contributing artists include Borondo (Spain), D*Face (UK), Fintan Magee (Australia), Misaki Kawai (Japan), Maser (Ireland), Lakwena (UK), ROA (Belgium), Li-Hill (Canada), Saner (Mexico), Cyrcle (US), Thomas Dambo (Denmark), Edoardo Tresoldi (Italy) AND Spencer Olsen (US).
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