Giant sized street art tag on the Denver Performing Arts complex next to the cat walk and under the stairs across from the Convention Center.
David Choe is known throughout the world for his signature buck tooth whale.
Check out more Art at DavidChoe.com .
Other Street Art around the Denver City.
Typically these Large detailed Street art Tags are done with permission, and often by request.
This art may look like graffiti but it’s actually prevents tagging of buildings because other taggers; will not typically tag over other tags especially if they are of really good. Even though these works of art could hardly be called graffiti or tagging. It is great art and great art is appreciated and respected by most. It creates a sense of community and freedom.
Bella Basil Pizza is another example of Graffiti Street Art
The Back of the Pizza shop in much more impressive, this was also done by the same artist. Check out more by this Artist by going to his Facebook page at SimpleButSolid. You must try the pizza while you are there, it’s just as good as the art. There Located at Logan & Colfax in Denver.
Here’s another restaurant painted by SimpleButSolid
Check out this street art created by the neighborhood children on 21st and Broadway. On the back and sides of this bar. I don’t drink but can’t help but drink up this unbridled creatively. The children had permission to Paint the building. The owner John of the bar even provided the paint.
The heart with sword through represents a sculpture outside the Contemporary Art Museum in Lodo on 15th and Delgany.
- Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution (lostateminor.com)