Denmark street artist Armsrock left his mark on Los Angeles while he was in town for “Mostly Memory,” his two-person solo with Elbow-Toe held at Thinkspace (previously covered). The pieces Armsrock put up reminded us why he is one of the most prolific street artists of our time. He has a keen eye that lends to exceptional placement of his pieces. His large paper figures interact with the environments they occupy, be it an alley, on a neighbordhood fence, or a condemned building.

Our friends at Sour Harvest were kind enough to provide one lucky reader a chance to win a signed copy of Armsrock’s book, “All My Friends Are Made Of Paper,” published by Wooster Collective.

See the rest of Armsrock’s Los Angeles paste-ups as well as full details about the contest after the jump.

“All My Friends Are Made Of Paper” Signed Book Contest:
The book is a wide survey of Armsrock’s work and features a hand screen-printed cover, and 96 color pages filled with photos of his work and studio, sketches, and essays by both Swoon and Armsrock. To enter, leave a comment on this post. One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Monday, 1/26 @ 12pm PST.

Additional photos courtesy of Armsrock and Thinkspace.