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Street Art in Silver Lake: Obama as Frankenstein & More

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We've shown you two secret street art spots (here and here) around the Los Angeles area in the past couple weeks, but today we present you with a place you can actually go and see yourself. It's one of those in-your-face spots that you can easily miss, but Sunset Junction can be a treasure trove. Two parcels south of El Pollo Loco on Sunset at Sanborn is an empty lot.

Yes, homeless live there and the lot is littered with trash, but a large opening in the fence allows you to take a quick peek at a nice spot for street art, or at least what used to be a good spot until a large amount of tagging took over. Above a some of the few remaining pieces by Cache and Shark Toof.

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