Master the Art of Instagram
Los Angeles is known for two things: stellar street art and selfie-obsessed Angelenos. So, what happens when you combine the two? An epic Instagram feed, of course. No matter how much you hate it or love it, one thing’s for sure: L.A.’s streets conjure up some of the greatest content in the game. Whether you’re looking to finesse your creative flair or simply see what all the hype’s about, get a glimpse of some of the city’s most ‘grammable hotspots below.
The Mondrian Wall
- 1660 S. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles
If you’re a minimalist aficionado (or perhaps just aesthetically OCD) look no further than The Mondrian Wall at Artist & Craftsman Supply. An homage to renowned artist Piet Mondrian, complete with his signature primary colors, this wall is an incredibly pleasing sight to see and capture.
The Pink Wall
- 8221 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
When you thought it couldn’t get simpler than a Mondrian manifold, think again. The ever-coveted Pink Wall is really just that: pink. We’re not artists but we’re pretty sure we could have created this one. We didn’t, though, so I guess we’ll just have to join the ‘gram train.
The RETNA Wall
- 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood
So long are the days of going to the library to read. Contemporary artist RETNA donned the West Hollywood Library with one of his trademark graffiti murals, which can be found worldwide. So, if you’re looking to snap an epic shot like the one below, to the library you go.
The Love Wall
- 1239 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice
Famed artist Curtis Kulig’s “Love Me” campaign has kissed the streets of Paris to Berlin, and now he’s given a smooch to the City of Angels. Located on Abbot Kinney
, the Love Wall is the perfect spot to show the world some much-needed, well, love
The Made in LA Wall
The Made in LA Wall has been a city staple ever since 2013. Found outside of Cisco Home in West Hollywood, the mural attracts both Angelenos (obviously) and tourists alike (perhaps even more so). Snag some photos and locally-made furniture while you’re at it.
The Polka Dot Wall
- 608 Mateo Street, Los Angeles
“The Most Famous Artist,” otherwise known as Matty Mo, has made his mark on countless walls throughout Los Angeles. But perhaps his most popular and instagrammed masterpiece is the Polka Dot Wall in DTLA. Whimsical, simple, and fun—that’s all we really need in our feed.
The Rainbows Wall
- 8050 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
Another Melrose magnet, the Rainbows Wall—located outside of The Paper Bag Princess—isn’t your average mural. Get a bit closer and you’ll realize that it’s made of crochet. With one big rainbow and one small, this makes for the perfect pic with your little one.