Art Traffic Island Signs
Last Sunday (12/2) we started posting signs in Glassell Park The first National Park sign went up on a large island where we had the activity. The traffic island landscape was plush with green grass, different kinds of trees and now the Nat’l Park sign.
We continued to Echo Park where we found another large island. [...]
As a symbol of the treasure of everyday urbanism in our unique democracy & to protect the natural spirit of inquisitive and intelligent interchanges in this land of freedom for future generations, traffic islands and other islands of public space where people can legally assemble without a fee or additional permission have been declared a [...]
Throughout the day, anytime, wherever, create, stand on the fringe of your brain and leap into a different perspective. Art is not just painting or sculpture; it is about the way you see and think and how that impacts your actions, your environment, your context. Its the possibilities of theta waves. [...]
Islands of LA began on September 16, 2007 at 7:59 pm when the first sign was installed in front of Mayor Antonio Villaragossa’s office in south central Los Angeles. This island is located in a neighborhood of South Los Angeles called Westmont at the corner of 83rd and S. Vermont, 90044. The mission [...]