The L.A.-based collective CYRCLE mixes the past and present, depicting ancient sculptures alongside contemporary designs and using traditional symbols in modern forms. Though they are often referred to as street artists, the duo tries to avoid labels. Their work crosses over into design, fine art, and various collaborations. In their words, they "blur the lines of contemporary art."
We spoke to the artists recently and asked them to take us on a tour through the history of their collective. From insanely large murals in Echo Park, L.A., to a collaboration with Woodkid, to their most recently their solo exhibition at StolenSpace Gallery in London, check out our Portfolio Review: CYRCLE Talks Murals, Exhibitions, and Their Impressive Collaborations.
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