Memo Pisa el Lodo
Art and Photos by Visual Narcotics
Remember that entry I made on the Sony adverts
a few weeks ago? Visual Narcotics
could not resist:
Somewhere on Wilshire Blvd:
Little Tokyo on the corner of 1st and Alameda (must have been there a while ago because that was not there a few days ago:
A closer look of the pill bottle (different location):
I don't know where this is:
(Photos taken from 20mg
Finder's Keeprs #5
This is Finder's Keepers #5 left on Whitney Ave, right above a bag dispensor for dog poo.
On 3rd Street By Cafe Metropol
This is the wall right next to the side walk where I found that "Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History" stencil I posted January 21st:
The photo above was taken by Scarekroe.
The other day I took close up photos of parts of the wall that caught my interest:
Finder's Keepers #7
On the corner of Whitley and Padre, right outside of the Ojai. Its a lego self portrait. C'mon, the furrow brow, the glasses... obviously Memo Pisa El Lodo.
I forgot to fill in the stencil line breaks with a marker before putting it up.
Featuring Scarekroe's Photos
The following photos were taken by Scarekroe
I saw this on the corner of First and Alameda, to the side of Senor Fish in Little Tokyo, but was in too much of a hurry to pause for a few seconds to take a photo:
I don't know where this is exactly, but this is the first pretty fire hydrant I have yet to see:
Colorful and kind of intense:
See the Scarekroe on the top?
See the Scarekroe on the bottom?
Found on the corner of Franklin Avenue and Las Palmas:
Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History
Found on 3rd St in downtown yesterday. Right by Cafe Metropol
. Those are indeed my feet.
Finders Keepers #4
I put this up at the same place as Finder's Keepers #1 in front of the Montecito on Franklin Ave on January 18th. It was still up there this morning:
It looks better in person. It sort of has an awkward glare on the top that the camera caught.
Stickers Found on Traction Ave
Across the street from The American Hotel:
Across the street from Crazy Gideon's:
A close up of Andre the Giant:
A close up of the picture on the top:
I don't wander off west of Fairfax much. But this photo was taken a few weeks ago on Sawtelle Ave. in West LA when I went to Jeff Soto
's book signing at GR2
I found this on the perimeter wall of the American Hotel earlier today on the corner of Hewitt and Traction Ave:
A close up of the middle left section:
A view from across the street:
Memo Pisa El Lodo's Finders Keepers Series: #1
I decided to leave the first of my Finders Keepers series where it can use a little red. As I was walking to the corner for my morning caffeine fix, I passed by this telephone pole right in front of the Montecito right next to three piles of dog shit that I caaaaaarefully dodged.
As of January 9th, 2006 1 PM it was still there.
Close up 1 (the left side of the street):
Close up 2 (the right side of the street):
A combonation of Close up 1 and Close up 2:
The writing on the back:
I wonder what will become of it?
Que sera, sera.
#9. Cantiflas en Downtown
I saw this up on WoosterCollective
This is on the corner of 3rd and Main. That tall white building you see in the back is city hall. I think the above image is supposed to be Cantiflas?
Here is some pictures of murals
done by Midzt.
Entry #8 "Make Art Not War" and "Hollywood Undead"
I found this the other day on Sunset Blvd. right in front of the Arc Light theater:
I found this around Franklin Ave. and Las Palmas, en route to the dry cleaners:
I have seen "Hollywood Undead" stencils all over Franklin Ave. between Cahuenga and Highland.This
is one of the sites I found after doing a quick google search on "hollywood undead".