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Chinatown Medallions

Chinese characters for Blessing, Longevity, Harmony, and Wisdom, on painted aluminum medallions by Michael Amescua,  re-emphasize their positive message on forty-one City of Los Angeles streetlight poles in Chinatown. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Chinatown Redevelopment Project Area, Downtown Region Los Angeles, 2010

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Pio Pico School Mural

HeArt Project artist-in-resident Man One worked with continuation high school students to design and paint Success, an inspirational mural for the school’s interior courtyard. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Mid-City Corridors Redevelopment Project Area, Hollywood and Central Region Los Angeles, 2010

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Lankershim Streetscape Enhancement Project

Ricardo Mendoza designed pedestrian streetscape amenities for Lankershim Boulevard, reinforcing the NoHo Arts District and its economic revitalization of the region. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, North Hollywood Redevelopment Project Area, East Valley Region North Hollywood, 2010

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NoHo Gateway

A sculptural gateway by Peter Shire celebrates NoHo’s wide range of creative achievements while welcoming visitors to the district. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, North Hollywood Redevelopment Project Area, East Valley Region North Hollywood, 2009

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Gallery Row Environmental Signage

Designers Durfee I Regn and Brian Roettinger created district identifying signage for City of Los Angeles streetlight poles, gallery window decals, and a new logo to re-brand Downtown’s growing Gallery Row district. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, City Center Redevelopment Project Area, Downtown Region Los Angeles, 2009 […]

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Go for Broke Monument Restoration

The restoration effort re-fabricated and re-installed deteriorated World War II badges in porcelain enamel steel, a highly durable long-term material. A project of the Go For Broke National Education Center Los Angeles, 2009

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Harmony Bronze Bas-Relief Relocation

The semi-abstract bronze bas-relief, Harmony by Sawako Shintani, was restored and relocated to the first floor courtyard at Weller Court, returning the artwork to Little Tokyo. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Little Tokyo Redevelopment Project Area, Downtown Region Los Angeles, 2009

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Santa Fe Artist Colony Gateway Sculpture

A depiction of the classic artist palette, Bob Zoell’s entry statement design emphasizes size and height, as the fiberglass and steel sculpture stands at 34 ½ feet. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Central Industrial Redevelopment Project Area, Downtown Region Los Angeles, 2009

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Seily Rodriguez Park

By Ricardo Mendoza, a grand arched entry gate, a sculptural fence, and painted murals create an inviting, practical and visually engaging park. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Hollywood Redevelopment Project Area, East Valley Region Hollywood, 2008

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J.U.i.C.E. Mural Works Program

Three separate mural projects completed over a five-year period in the Westlake/MacArthur Park community of Los Angeles. Artists: Brian “Taz Rock”, Jose Talon, Marco Martinez, Eric “CRE8” Walker and numerous participants A project of J.U.i.C.E. Justice through Uniting in Creative Energy Los Angeles, 2008

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