Art on the Street - Alexa Meade
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Art on the Street Art

Alexa’s unique approach to street art challenges the perceptions of reality and graffiti, weaving together to create an aesthetic unnerving yet totally encapsulating in its effect.

Risen

2012, 30×40, Prints Available

Walking along the alleyways of Madrid in 2012 was a piece of living street art.

Risen- Behind the Scenes

2012

Walking along the alleyways of Madrid in 2012 was a piece of living street art.

Pride Forever

2016

Friend Jennifer Pearl was painted during the 2016 Los Angeles Pride weekend for a street art performance commissioned by the media platform Refinery29.

Made Up on the Streets

2016, 30×45, 24×16, Prints Available

Model Josephine Lee @princessgollum was painted as geurilla art on the streets of Los Angeles in 2016.

Made Out

2016, 30×45, 24×16, Prints Available

Model Josephine Lee @princessgollum was painted as geurilla art on the streets of Los Angeles in 2016.

Martyrdom

2012, 26×40, Prints Available

In Zurich, Switzerland in 2012, a man became living street art.

Overt Shadows of Street Art

2016, 16×24, Prints Available

Alexa painted her art assistant Violet Overn for a guerrilla street art performance in Los Angeles 2016. Filmed for a TV special on the Discovery Channel.

Overtly Painting the Streets

2016, Behind the Scenes

Alexa painted her art assistant Violet Overn for a guerrilla street art performance in Los Angeles 2016. Filmed for a TV special on the Discovery Channel.

Overtly Walking Along the Street Art

2016, Behind the Scenes

Alexa painted her art assistant Violet Overn for a guerrilla street art performance in Los Angeles 2016. Filmed for a TV special on the Discovery Channel.

Spectacle for the Metro Bus

2010, 16×24, Prints Available

As part of an art exhibit at the Irvine Contemporary Gallery in Washington DC in 2010, Alexa painted Joff Masakawa as the character “Spectacle.” At the end of the show, he took a walk down the street.

A Proposal – We Cross the Street

2016

Shortly after this moment, the man proposed marriage to his girlfriend while they were both living street art. Dan Levine commissioned Alexa Meade to paint him and his sweetheart Cristina Cordova for the big surprise in San Francisco in 2016.

Black Sheep

2012, 26×40, Prints Available

In Zurich, Switzerland in 2012, a man became living street art.