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Arts and Entertainment

New Lumbang Goes Up at the Standard Hollywood

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Despite being one of the artists at the center of a mural controversy with Los Angeles officials, Phil Lumbang continues to spread his works of love throughout the city. A mural of his went up in December outside The Standard in downtown and now the hotel's West Hollywood sister is getting the same treatment. Find Lumbang's newest work painted directly on the back of the vitrine. It should be up through March.

And if you're a big fan of Lumbang, mark your calendars for August 7th, for that's when his exhibition will begin at Giant Robot. That date also happens to be his birthday, he says on Twitter.

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