Posted on January 12, 2011 by Joss Hutton
When artist Jon Jackson, a longtime Los Angeles resident, made plans to relocate to Noo Yoik, he didn’t want “to string LA along” and so “decided to firmly break it off through a graphic billboard series posted on the famous streets of his first love”!
Needless to say, the City of the Angels hasn’t seen anything quite like Johnson’s series since Elektra Records broke the mainstream hold on LA’s billboards with their revolutionary paste-ups for The Doors’ debut album and Love’s “Forever Changes” set in 1966-67.
You can check out Jackson’s full series here.
Filed under: Advertising, Art, Design, Fonts, Infographics, Inspiration | Tagged: Jon Jackson, LA | Leave a comment »
Posted on September 13, 2010 by Joss Hutton
On September 18th, the Cinespia crew are set to end their tenth season of post-sundown, open-air classic movie screenings in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on LA’s Santa Monica Boulevard with a showing of Night of the Living Dead.
Filed under: Film, Inspiration, Movies | Tagged: Andy Votel, Cut Chemist, dead people, George A Romero, Halloween, Hollywood, LA, Twerton Cemetery, zombies | Leave a comment »