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An Artist's Haven: The Brewery Art Colony

09/05/14 Sarah Link

In the heart of Lincoln Heights, northeast of the downtown L.A.'s arts district, lies the largest art colony in the world. Easy to miss from the road, the Brewery Art Colony is...

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Historic LA: The Los Angeles City Hall

08/18/14 Sarah Link

Even if you’ve never been to LA, chances are you recognise the Los Angeles City Hall. That’s because it’s been featured in movies and TV shows since the 1950s, perhaps most well...

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Making History: Avila Adobe, LA’s oldest home

08/17/14 Sarah Link

In the heart of Olvera Street in the historic area of El Pueblo in downtown Los Angeles you’ll find an assuming house at number 10. What makes this address unique is that it’s...

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The LA Arts District: An Industrial Landscape Reborn

07/19/14 Sarah Link

The Arts District in Los Angeles has experienced a cultural rebirth. Like the surrounding downtown, it was once a purely industrial area, but is now one of the hottest spots in...

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The Original Color Guide, 271 Years Before Pantone

07/13/14 Sarah Link

When drawing color inspiration, it's safe to say most designers are working from the Pantone Color Guide. As the archetypal color reference library, it's normal to assume that...

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Sky High Design: The Griffith Observatory

07/13/14 Sarah Link

High on Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park is the Griffith Observatory, where the Art Deco masterpiece has stood proudly over the LA skyline since 1935. It was built as part of...

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Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of LA’s Iconic Union Station

07/13/14 Sarah Link

Completed in 1939, before the popularity of air or automobile travel, Union Station was the hub of entry to Los Angeles. Because of its grand scale, it soon became known as the...

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Standing Tall: Restored Coit Tower Reopens in San Francisco

07/05/14 Sarah Link

The Coit Tower, standing tall on top of Telegraph Hill, has long been an iconic part of the San Francisco skyline. Built in 1933, the 210-foot concrete tower was erected in...

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‘Baroque Sensibilities: Sherrie Wolf’ and the Influence of the Renaissance

05/31/14 Sarah Link

The exhibition 'Baroque Sensibilities: Sherrie Wolf' at the Long Beach Museum of Art feature the prominent Portland-based artist Sherrie Wolf.