Whether you want to display your hometown pride, pay tribute to a former place of residence or just want to portray an LA vibe, there are wonderful photographs and prints depicting Los Angeles to choose from. Here are ten in a range of styles and moods.
During a recent move to a new home in
Vancouver, British Colombia, Cheryl Cheeks wanted to purge some of her books
and art. Inspired by Little Free Libraries, she dreamed up the Dude Chilling Art Exchange, a place to take and leave artwork and other creations.
I can't get enough of toile — those French-y prints with people doing things in a pastoral setting — so when I saw this series of tiny sculptures that come together to create a sort of 3D toile, I was definitely intrigued.
What's the telltale decor signifier of a first apartment? Posters. Quite possibly ones left over from your college dorm room. New blog The Toast (by Hairpin alums Nicole Cliff and Mallory Ortberg) takes a deep dive into our psyches and decodes what the posters you hung in your first apartment reveal about you.
Design and art team Jolie Mae Signorile and Gabriel Fredericks Cohen met through a shared love for materials in 2007, and started Fredericks & Mae in 2008. They recently launched a new online shop showcasing their handmade objects, including new additions to their Endless Summer collection — perfect for road trips and long days at the beach.
As you travel around your city, your country, and maybe even around this fascinating world of ours, do you keep a list of works of art you dream of seeing someday? Probably not written down, but held close to your heart...
In honor of Escapes month, I'm sharing these beautiful photographs by Jessica Backhaus of one of my favorite areas: Burano and Venice. The images are remarkable because Jessica Backhaus has managed to
take original photos of familiar, highly photographed areas.