A new public art project has launched in Los Angeles called Triple A, brought together by the good people at Francois Ghebaly, Emma Gray, Mandrake and OHWOW. The two-year project takes place on the corner of Venice Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard in the Culver City gallery district, where countless notable art galleries are situated. Not coincidentally, the wall is also located on one of the most frequented intersections in the city. It aims to offer the general public and art professionals an insight into eight different paintings over two years. New York-based artist Nate Lowman is the first of eight artists, and his work graces the large wall right now until January 2012.