Artist aspires to paint largest mural in the world on apartment in downtown Los Angeles

(KTLA) Boyle Heights native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.

Kacey Montoya reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on September 20, 2017.

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Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
Southern California native and artist Robert Vargas is painting 60,000 square feet of a 12-story apartment building in downtown Los Angeles — a feat he hopes will be the largest mural in the world painted by a single person.
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