LeBa demonstrates the power art in the street has over a community
Street artist and muralist LeBa details running from the cops, specific tools necessary for the job, and getting vertigo working 160 feet in the air.
About the speaker
LeBA is an American graffiti artist who is known best for his street art, he is a muralist, oil painter, sculptor, and neon artist.
He starred on NBC Oxygens street art throwdown, help to paint the largest mural ever produced in Los Angeles for Foster the people and Sony, and exhibits all over the world from Mexico City to Berlin.
LeBA also focuses on community outreach and has sat on the Los Angeles Neighborhood council board as an art director and currently serves on the board of advisor at Oasis Center International.
LeBA has worked with LALA arts, Sony, Foster the People, NBC, Oxygen, Warner Brothers, Nike, SPIKE TV, Firefox, Red Bull, ABC, 8bit The Black Eyed Peas and more. Leba has been featured by L.A. Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, 12 Oz. Prophet, Brooklyn Street Art, High Fructose, Bombit and the Associated Press.