Saber goes to the Sky in Los Angeles

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Saber, always one to be an outspoken supporter of graffiti, street art, public art, mural art, etc, has taken to the skies above Los Angeles for a skywriting project to draw awareness to LA city council’s moratorium on public art in Los Angeles. Because a billboard for the new Sarah Jessica Parker movie looks soooo much better.

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From The Citrus Report

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Saber goes to the Sky in Los Angeles

scaled 605x451 Saber goes to the Sky in Los Angeles skywriting Saber public art Los Angeles

Saber, always one to be an outspoken supporter of graffiti, street art, public art, mural art, etc, has taken to the skies above Los Angeles for a skywriting project to draw awareness to LA city council’s moratorium on public art in Los Angeles. Because a billboard for the new Sarah Jessica Parker movie looks soooo much better.

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From The Citrus Report

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Saber x Upper Playground sky writing in LA #EndMuralMoratorium

When you can’t take it to the streets, take it to the skies. Saber is taking the message of ending the ban that LA City Council has placed on murals in Los Angeles since 2002 and plastering it all over the skies using skywriting jets. $10 million is a lot to spend on graffiti abatement without spending a dime on legal mural programs. Pass the message along over twitter with #EndMuralMoratorium and #ArtIsNotACrime at the LA mayor @Villaraigosa.