Roger Gastman is here to be the cultural connector between street artists and the art world. His new exhibit 'Beyond the Streets' is doing just that.

'BTS' is a premier exhibition of graffiti, street art and immersive environments, celebrating the endless creativity and imagination that this world’s most recognizable modern artists has created. The 40,000+ square feet of industrial indoor and outdoor space in Los Angels serves as a multimedia showcase of paintings, sculpture, photography, installations and more throughout.

There’s plenty to look at with original works on display from artists including Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Retna, Jason Revok, Jenny Holzer, C.R. Stecyk III, Lady Pink, Dash Snow, Guerrilla Girls, Barry McGee, Chaz, Lee Quiñones, Swoon, Taki 183, Dennis Hopper, and more.

From Mr. Cartoon's "All Dawgs GO To Heaven" Church to Murakami's double sided twenty foot tall and forty feet long mural, the space is an art playground with a vast amount to explore.

Watch as Gastman take us on a tour through the 'Beyond the Streets' space in the video above, and book yourself a ticket to the space here.

In other design news, Kanye West wants to venture into architecture with “YEEZY Home.”

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