Graffiti art earns space in Oklahoma City’s cultural landscape
Graffiti artist Robert Levering and his friends are challenging traditional criticism of their art form.
The white-painted cinder block wall inside 808 Indoor Skatepark doesn’t look like much, but it’s got Robert Levering and his pals practically drooling.
Canvases like this one don’t come along every day. The business owner actually wants graffiti on his interior wall. Leave your mark here, and it’ll stay for years, forever maybe, or...
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