The House Of Artists member, Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez aka Heaven K2S features in this amazing new documentary.

From the blood on the streets to the walls of the galleries, Los Angeles artists share their experiences with inner city violence and their use of creativity as a form of redemption. Out of the explosion of the crack epidemic, gangs, vandalism, and stepped up police response during the 1980’s, a new urban mentality developed. The community’s reaction to police suppression resulted in criminal artistic expression as a form of rebellion against the social ramifications suffered on the streets and a rupture of previous art styles.

Narrated through first-hand accounts by artists such as: Defer, Prime, Big Sleeps, Gajin Fujita, Germs, Saber, Daniel Gonzalez, UGLAR Works, Patrick Martinez, and others, this eye-opening documentary tells the story of a local nativist tradition in artwork through interviews with muralists, tattoo artists, graffiti writers, musicians, taggers, gang members, art historians, documentarians, and political figures, who help explain how the dark aspects of the environment combined with forward-thinking principles have influenced a local tradition, which has now gained many artists international recognition.
As tattoos, murals, graffiti, and cholo lettering/culture become more mainstream and acceptable to modern society, so does the importance to understand the rich tradition, training, craftsmanship, discipline, scholarship, and trajectory of the dark progressivist art form. Internationally, Los Angeles art and culture is championed for its forward-thinking principles and style, thus, as it continues to gain momentum and artists around the world begin to imitate our local nativist traditions, it is imperative to demonstrate how it developed.


HOA were asked to create a feature wall with a dual focal point, to compliment this modern and classically furnished space in Hoxton, London. Hope No 12 by artist Ben Allen on Antico stock was the perfect image and texture to give this room a talking piece and an injection of colour.

Hannah Adamaszek

​Welcoming on board the HOA ship, the super talent that is Hannah Adamaszek. Hannah’s portraits capture the sense of being, if only for a moment, where the beauty and timelessness of the world come into sharp focus.

The women she paints are subtle yet strong, bold yet delicate; balancing these contradictions provide the individuality to each of her pieces.

“I think a lot of urban art can be visually sharp – I’m not sure if this is due to the male prevalence or part of its makeup but my work definitely brings in a softer female touch with emotion being brought into a sometimes a more aggressive world.”

She has travelled to exhibit in Spain, Belgium and Australia exhibiting her work. In 2013 she had her first Solo Show at Curious Duke Gallery in London and in 2014 her second at Fousion Gallery in Barcelona. In 2015 she won the Most Outstanding Artwork at Femme Fierce.