Posts Tagged ‘Street Art’

Los Angeles Street Art [Fragment 10]

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Oh, the things people put on the walls of Los Angeles.

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Street Art: The Grandest Mural in Los Angeles

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I found the greatest mural in Los Angeles. Or, at least, one that made me smile. Before clicking below, there are two things: It is huge. Be patient while it is opening. and it tells a story, the greatest story on earth, but… the story goes from right to left. If possible, close your eyes, […]

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Los Angeles Street Art [Fragment 9]

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There is so much beautiful, weird and wonderful street art in Los Angeles.

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 8]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 7]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 6]

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Abstract San Diego Photographs: Lost Chicano Park

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Last year I wandered about Chicano Park in San Diego. It is a beautiful park, and I took some photographs. Then I went home and found out it’s history. I wrote the story up here. There was only one problem, I had too many photographs. They did not fit with the article, so they became […]

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 5]

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On a sidewalk in Culver City, with a paranoid look over the shoulder. In an alleyway beside the Garment District, surrounded by the smell of urine.   Just off Hollywood Boulevard, a young man holds a machine gun while proposing that ‘Violence Solves Nothing.’ Near the Garment District, drugs are not allowed outside the restaurants. […]

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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 3]

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  Left over from the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Mama, I’m Hungry Hollywood Blvd.   Hollywood Blvd.

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 2]

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Kermit the Frog and Jim Henson on a metal shutter protecting a glass storefront on Hollywood Blvd, near Hollywood and Highland. Detail of mural on Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood Blvd near the 101 freeway. The Blues Brothers adorn the outside of a coffee shop, which is part of the Days Inn on Hollywood Blvd near the […]

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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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