LAIST "L.A. Street Artists Tackle Politics And Campaign Finance Reform"

As you (hopefully) know, California's June primary is just days away—and the good people at Hollywood's Stone Malone Gallery decided to commemorate the upcoming election with a limited-run political art show. 

"Where Else But The Streets," which opened Saturday and will run until June 7, features art from Shepard Fairey, Teachr, Free Humanity, Lydia Emily, Plastic Jesus, Morley, All The Girls Love Earl, Toolz, Sabo, The PSA Crew, among others. The exhibit runs in conjunction with a new photo journal from Rothco Press called Where Else But The Streets: A Street Art Dossier.