After being arrested for painting without permission in Williamsburg a few months ago, it looks like Kenny Scharf is sticking to commissioned gigs (most of the time). Following his "Amerikulture" show with Tseng Kwong Chi at Eric Firestone Gallery, Scharf headed back to the West Coast. This mural in Culver City was organized by Branded Arts to be painted on the side of a tire shop. His colorful, trippy art livens up the shop and the sad little busstop on the otherwise boring street corner. Legal work like this is cool, but Scharf isn't constrained by our silly laws.

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[via ArrestedMotion]