This massive “PLZR” graffiti art across a row of roller-shutters is probably the only graffiti art or genuine street art in all of Brentwood, an upscale and stylishly understated neighborhood on Los Angeles’s west side.
“But first, coffee.” Truer words were never spoken, or at least that’s what I think in the few minutes between awaking and that first cup of coffee in morning. The phrase has become a slogan for the boutique Los Angeles third-wave coffee chain Alfred Coffee. Picture here is the Alfred
This vintage Japanese pachinko machine sits on the floor in the corner of a small conference room at the L.A. office of a global advertising agency. It’s used as a decorative objet d’art and is the only colorful presence in a space that is otherwise plain and minimalist to extreme.
Beachy, summery mural and decorative set-up at Right Tribe, a vintage clothing shop in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles.
This painting titled “SaMo” is by our very own Van Corsa and hangs at Global Graphica HQ in Los Angeles.
High-rise condo building reflected in windows of a modern glass-and-steel skyscraper in Akasaka, Tokyo.
It’s Pride Month and some of Venice Beach’s iconic lifeguards towers are getting a rainbow pride-flag makeover.