Sushi chefs at the South Beverly Grill in Beverly Hills, in Los Angeles.
Graffiti at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Sanborn in Silver Lake, in Los Angeles.
Awesome vintage Airstream Clipper in mint-like condition at the California Design 1930-1965 exhibition at LACMA, in Los Angeles.
Here’s the latest post to our ongoing What’s Outside the Window? photo project series: The view of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a stunning piece of architecture by Frank Gehry, as seen through the windshield of E’s truck in downtown Los Angeles.
One of the few, more impressive works at the Mr. Brainwash show in L.A. were these Victorian- (or Edwardian-) type portraits of a man and women with Batman and Batwoman masks.
“Liquor Guns Strippers Choppers” on a sticker appropriating imagery of the official state flag of the California Republic. The sticker was affixed to the fender of a car used as part of an artwork by Mr. Brainwash at his ArtShow 2011 exhibition in Los Angeles.
The “Life is Beautiful” slogan spray-paint written in cursive letters on a corrugated metal fence at the Mr. Brainwash ArtShow 2011 in Los Angeles.
Photos from the Mr. Brainwash ArtShow 2011 in L.A.
As promised in our previous post, here are more images from the Mr. Brainwash “Artshow 2011” in Los Angeles.
We’re in Los Angeles this week checking out the new, massive Mr. Brainwash exhibition dubbed “Artshow 2011.” Mr. Brainwash is French street artist Thierry Guetta, who many readers will know was the subject of the Oscar-nominated documentary film “Exit Through the Gift Shop” directed by Banksy. Brainwash was on hand
Timely photo mashup of the late Steve Jobs and the Dali Lama enlarged and wheat-pasted in SoHo.
The “I Love 2 Hate LA” street art paste-up in the heart of the Nolita shopping district in downtown Manhattan, New York City.
The view looking north from Broadway and 42nd Street into the bright lights of Times Square in New York City. ニューヨークブロードウェイと42丁目の交差点からタイムズスクエアの明るい光の眺め。 La vue sur les lumières de Times Square à partir de l’intersection de Broadway et la 42e rue à New York.
A live-blog post via our iPhone from the closing day of the “Icy Signs” show .. The exhibition features the artwork of ESPO (Steven Powers), Reas and others and was part of the groundbreaking street art show curated by Jeffrey Deitch at the MoCA Geffen in Los Angeles earlier this
Super large street art work based on comic book theme at “the Deitch Wall” at the intersection of Bowery and Houston streets in NoHo, in downtown Manhattan. Super gros travaux d’art de rue sur le thème de bande dessinée au “mur de Deitch» à l’intersection des rues Bowery et Houston