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Barracuda Meets Herakut; Laurel Cyn. Art Revealed

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Photo of Herakut in their process by Carmichael Gallery

Germany street art duo, Herakut, is in Los Angeles this week and on Monday they hit up Melrose clothing store Barracuda's roof. Herakut's first U.S. art show opened Saturday night with great success at the Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art in West Hollywood.

Also, regarding the Charlie Chaplin on Laurel Canyon Blvd. readers were asked to help identify on Monday has been revealed. In an e-mail, artist Kosher74 said the stencil is to "welcome people that are heading from the valley to the city and to remind them that silence is golden." The artist may be more well known around Los Angeles for stencils of headless chickens with blood spilling out.