Laurynas Buzinskas | Mural Artist | Teaser Trailer

Laurynas Buzinskas

Lithuanian born graffiti artist Laurynas Buzinskas fell in love with tagging early in life, but nobody in his life, including is parents, friends, and teachers, believed that he could turn his less-than-legal passion into anything but a jail sentence.

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(RECAP) Laurynas Buzinskas | Mural Artist

Laurynas Buzinskas

Lithuanian born graffiti artist Laurynas Buzinskas had a love for street art from a young age. His infatuation with tagging put him at odds with his parents, placed his academic career in jeopardy, and almost landed a him in jail before he was out of high school.

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Laurynas, Who Is Your Hero?

Laurynas Buzinskas

Laurynas’ transformation from a street artist working odd day jobs to a professional graffiti muralist didn’t happen by just his talent and will. He credits his wife as the driving force behind building his business and success.

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Laurynas, Tell us about Your Everyday Heroes

Laurynas Buzinskas

Laurynas Buzinskas is a graphic designer, street artist, and muralist based out of Chicago, Illinois. He originally hailed from Lithuania, but immigrated to the United States as a young adult to pursue his passion for graffiti in the country that is considered the birthplace of the art form.

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Be Inspired by Laurynas Buzinskas | Mural Artist | Graffiti Writer

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Meet Laurynas Buzinskas, a graphic designer, illustrator, street artist, and muralist. Hailing from Vilnius, Lithuania, from a young age he was fascinated by American hip hop culture. He also had quite the penchant for drawing. These two interests were what initially led him into the world of graffiti.

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Hey Damon, Who Is Your Hero?

Damon Lamar Reed

Lymphoma is cancer that begins in infection-fighting cells of the immune system. “Look what God did…””I want to show the world that, yes, we are still searching, and we’re gonna keep going until we find answers, until we find resolution.”

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Your Everyday Heroes: Damon Reed “Gallery To The Neighborhood”

Damon Lamar Reed

Quick Sound Bite – of Damon being awesome. Keep it up Damon! Why Is Reed’s Work Necessary?Still Searching addresses a pressing issue that does not get the media coverage it deserves. Outside the realm of true crime “fandom,” missing persons cases are rarely discussed. And sadly, it is easy to see why. They are such…

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Your Everyday Heroes: Damon Reed “God Idea”

Damon Lamar Reed

Chicago in particular has been hit hard with missing persons cases. A quarter of people who go missing in Chicago are young (11 to 21 year-old) Black women. Additionally, Black people of all ages make up two-thirds of the city’s total open missing persons cases. This discrepancy is further reflected in the fact that Black…

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