Cryptik’s Lord Ganesha Mural at the Venice Love Shack

Cryptik, a Los Angeles based street artist writes his calligraffiti on the wall behind a large image of Lord Ganesha on the Venice Love Shack.

Cryptik
Cryptik

Having multiple influences of ancient Sanskrit, Arabic, Hebrew and Hindi script, Cryptik a Los Angeles based street artist writes a few mantras of prayer on the wall behind a large image of Lord Ganesha on the Venice Love Shack. If you’re in LA and haven’t seen the script work of Chaz Bojorquez, Retna, Defer, Cryptik, and many others you’re truly missing out on a beautiful form of graffiti combined with calligraphy, otherwise known as: calligraffiti.

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Mantra of prayer “Aum Shri Ganeshaya Namah. Aum Gam Ganapataye Nameh”

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Check out Meggs’ wall on the other side of the building covered here.

Photos: Birdman for Mass Appeal

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