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We're Locked Inside, They're Making Street Art

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There are a few non-essential activities happening on L.A.'s streets at night. Artist Catalina Bolívar, who put the words into the mouth of the cat you see above, posted that piece Sunday night.

Other street artists have also been sharing their messages with Angelenos, drawing inspiration from the virus that dominates headlines, discussions and daily life. They do it for a variety of reasons. For some, it's a way to cope with their own anxieties. Others are taking advantage of empty streets. But they have concerns about the virus, too.

Bolívar said that while she wasn't worried for herself, she was concerned about her parents, who are in their 60s and 70s.

We're keeping an eye out for coronavirus street art throughout Los Angeles. Check out what we've found and send us images of what you're seeing.

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