Towering at 16 feet tall, the whimsical bear wears a spiked crown and holds an equally imposing smiling ball. A multicolored geometric masterpiece, it’s executed in the artist Okuda San Miguel’s signature prismatic style.
"'LOVE' is about being free to love who you want, the way you want," says artist Laura Kimpton about the piece.
Each floor of the premium rooms Tower in the historic El Cortez Hotel and Casino features this powerful mural by local artist, ORFIN, in its own unique color scheme.
This restaurant is home to Las Vegas’ first permanent work by elusive street artist, Banksy. This depiction of two heavily-armed police officers with yellow smiley faces is more than seven feet tall and six feet wide.
The outstanding Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is always a must-see, and what makes it even more special is the fact that you can get a rare and intimate look at the process of actually creating art at The Artist Studio next door.
Sure, this indie bookstore celebrates the literary arts, but it’s also a visual delight, featuring a stunning tile mural, an artificial bird sanctuary and cozy, forest-like offices.
Street art has taken over Downtown Las Vegas, with murals by big-name artists – as well as anonymous ones – making powerful statements and transforming buildings into outdoor galleries.
This two-story, 9,000-square-foot suite at Palms was designed by world-renowned artist Damien Hirst and houses many pieces of his museum-worthy art.
The Cosmopolitan has art in so many unexpected places, but it’s the giant shoes by Roark Gourley that continue to feed Instagram.
This 35-feet-tall tree stands in the ABSINTHE Courtyard and boasts 25,000 illuminated leaves and 175,000 LED lights, which are programmable and reactive to music. The ABSINTHE Electric Oak was dreamed up by The Gazillionaire.