A new art gallery in Los Angeles kicks off with graffitti-inspired recycled works.

Chalk, a new gallery space and design studio in Los Angeles, is set to launch with an urban art exhibit featuring Canlove, a graffiti recycling program that turns wasted spray paint cans into vibrant works of art.

The program started with Neff, a graffiti artist since the age of 16, and the Canlove collective of artists that spread from L.A. to NYC. Recycling bins are placed near frequented graffiti walls to collect the discarded medium that is left at the scene of the art. The toxic remnants are used by Canlove to unlock their potential.

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