About a week ago, Inspired Mag ran this pretty incredible post by guest blogger Tiago Veloso, entitled 50+ Ways of Visualizing BP’s Dark Mess. It’s a veritable field day for infographic-lovers.
Above just wrapped up twelve days working on the streets of LA, hanging his iconic arrows, all of which were inspired by Hollywood. Check out the photos and the video he put together too.
TypArchive is an incredible image library of signage with a heavy focus on retro and hand-painted work. It was recently featured on Delicious Industries.
LA-based artist Patrick Martinez (interviewed) proves he isn’t afraid to tackle a controversial issue head-on with this incredible series of one-of-a-kind custom fitted hats, which poke fun at Arizona’s SB1070 immigration law by making a variation on the Major League Baseball Arizona Diamondbacks name & logo into a racial slur. In Patrick’s own words, “”I [...]
Tomorrow night, Mosley Tribes and The Social Trust are teaming up for a film showing event at the Kim Sing Theatre. Should be good.
Another day, another infographic. Business research firm Focus created this chart of the Best Jobs in America, which seems a bit mean considering how high unemployment is at the moment. I guess it’s never too late to study to become a Systems Engineer (sounds like something from Star Trek). Disappointingly, I don’t see unsuccessful streetwear [...]
I’ve never been entirely comfortable with social networking sites (or socializing in general, for that matter). I skipped MySpace entirely, only to give Facebook a shot, and have ended up regretting it more often than not. I haven’t gone as far as deleting my account yet, but the folks at Gizmodo have ten good reasons [...]
Chew-Gooder covers the protests outside The Hump, a Santa Monica sushi restaurant recently busted for serving whale meat. Via LA Taco.
Got out on the bike yesterday to enjoy the weather, ride around aimlessly, and snap some photos. Aside from the fact that walking is simply socially unacceptable here, interesting things tend to be few and far between when you’re on foot in LA. You miss everything when you’re driving, so the bike seems like the [...]