Remember when Metro said it was building cool floating canopies? If you’ve been to the Civic Center station Downtown within the past few months, you will have noticed that the canopy on 1st and Hill is nearly complete. It looks great!
Yaejin Lim is a Los Angeles artist who literally scrambles televisions. The artist has an eye for the old TV’s RGB lights, which she zooms in on and toys with by smearing them and using them as the basis for mixed media. She basically took a swipe at a television and jumbled up whatever visuals were on the screen–and then she takes it a few steps forward.
We are all aware that we waste a lot of resources. In California, it’s almost pointed out to us daily because we are pushed to recycle and to conserve and to reuse our resources. “Do not waste!” is practically our state motto. Earthnform is a local art duo who are taking the idea of anti-waste and turning it into practical art. They take common and uncommon plastic forms you can find in a trash can and turn them into reusable, microwave safe ceramic dishes. They’re hyper-post modern, green bowls and vessels!
Beer is not my thing and I certainly have not tried any of the Arrogant Bastard/Stone Brewing beers either. I’ve seen them though and I do know that they are made not-too-far-from Los Angeles. Los Angeles designer Thanh Nguyen definitely has tried the beer and must be something of a fan. This is assumed because he repackaged the Arrogant Bastard brand in quite a simple and wonderful way. If only this was the real packaging!
Chicken, pizza, grilled cheese, hot dogs, and burgers. Like many Americans, I know these five food groups very well. I was one of those kids who’d sit at the table for an hour trying to force down fish and vegetables my mom made for dinner. Fortunately though, taste buds change, I quit being a stubborn jerk, and I moved to an amazing food city. What’s never changed though is my search for the most delicious and well-crafted versions of my childhood street food diet.