Over Thanksgiving weekend, I went to the LA Convention Center to check out the LA Auto Show. To be completely honest, the Auto Show this year seemed a bit lacking and bare minimal compared to previous years. I probably will not be going to the show next year. Here are some of my favorites of the evening:
This past Saturday, Hollywood Boulevard played host to a U.S. Anti-War Rally that went from Vine Street to Highland Avenue. Here are some shots I snapped from the protest:
This morning, I went to the alleys behind Melrose to enjoy one of the most popular street arts in LA, graffiti, before the hustle and bustle of the stores even opened for the day. The main reason I went down to Melrose was to draw inspiration for existing and upcoming trends. Here are my favorite photos I copped today that really appeal to me. Enjoy!
Yesterday, I went to visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles up above the I-405. I have only been there once before and that was about twelve years ago. The architecture of the buildings were definitely a lot more beautiful than I remember, and all the works of art were definitely inspiring. I was expecting to see a much larger garden because there are a lot of species of plants, but the garden was kind of small. I am not really a religious person, so I find religious art to be quite preachy and often times creepy and the Getty Center is FULL of this religious art. But anyways, here are some of my favorite pieces from the museum:
For the final leg of their 4-year world tour, The Vader Project returns to LA for a 10-day exhibit before their auction next month in Philadelphia at Freeman’s Auction House. The collection consists of 100 re-imagined Darth Vader helmets by some of today’s hottest artists. The exhibit is currently being shown on Melrose until the 20th from noon until 6pm. Here are my favorite designs: