PRESS RELEASE


INKSAP AND LINDA LACK PH.D.

1637 S. LA CIENEGA BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA

(714) 251 4099 

INKSAPP@GMAIL.COM / LINDALACK@LINDALACK.COM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 1, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA: The law calls them vandals. This is wrong and not so. From the homeless; to those who do not have the money or impetus to visit museums; or those who are not involved with the culture of Art galleries… their commitment is to make Art accessible to everyone through Street Art.

After their Works were seen in the Streets, Lack and INKSAP’s Movement/Street Art project had the success of a Los Angeles Times Article and video in the Sunday Edition titled “He’s in his 20s. She’s in her 70s. Together, they leave their mark in L.A. street art”; a commissioned mural to inspire underserved youth artists and sized at 14ft x 5ft; artworks accepted into an Art gallery and show in Budapest, Hungary; and a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for their project and film documentary directed by Stuart Paul. 

Recently, ABC News conducted a national broadcast and article titled “Street artist’s graffiti on movement therapist’s building leads to unlikely friendship — and a documentary.” Correspondent Chris Welch and filmer Pete Burd came into Lack’s movement studio to experience their process and afterwards went onto the streets to document them installing their works. Since then, their story has gone nationwide. Art students in a Texas high school wrote current event articles on the story. INKSAP was even invited to his sister’s elementary school as a current event speaker.

About Project US: Linda Lack, Ph.D., a movement therapist and INKSAP, a street artist create movement art and install their works in the streets. The two unexpectedly met when INKSAP pasted Art on Lack’s studio after it was wrecked by a drunk driver. Their goal, to make art accessible for all.  

Follow them on social media: @inksap_ @linda_lack_phd