Posts Tagged ‘graffiti’

Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 8]

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Abstract Los Angeles: Graffiti

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going photography project of wandering about this metropolis, pointing my lens at random things I see, and clicking the shutter. Today’s installment is about graffiti, be it found in the hills above Pasadena, or on the railings near the 101 freeway.

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Abstract Los Angeles: Faces

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis. Today‚Äôs installment is all about created faces; sometimes with spray paint, sometimes with fur, or plaster, or maybe even metal. At the intersection of two small streets, somewhere on the south side of West Hollywood, or maybe the […]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 4]

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On a coin operated newspaper rack, someone has displayed their personal opinion about what is inside with the word ‘Lies’, near Chinatown, Los Angeles. Standing beside the rail road tracks, looking east over the Los Angeles River with a view of the Spring Street Bridge and its graceful concrete arch built in 1928, now covered […]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 1]

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  A star, in mural form, stares from a peeling wall, just off Hollywood Blvd, near Hollywood and Highland. And across the street, a little presidential encouragement for those who try and fail. Posters and Graffiti patiently wait on a board. Waiting to become an intelligentsia coffee bar, 3922 W. Sunset Blvd. Elliot Smith sits […]

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