The Los Angeles Art District is in the neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles, close to Little Tokyo. This neighborhood is a mixture of Asian and Latino population.
Great artists express their opinions in their amazing art.
A garage door
The Red Wall
This looks like a perfect movie set.
The Latino’s population expressions
A car mechanic taking his break
A model running across the mural
Buddha and Kung Fu
Amazing beautiful colors
Enjoy what you see.
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Great photos Cornelia dear.
Thank you Laleh joon.
My pleasure azizam.❤️
These murals sure have a way of brightening up a city district with its colours and intricate designs. Lovely photos, Cornelia!
Thank you Peter, indeed it adds a great shine on this part of the city of Los Angeles.
THose are great captures. The USA is blessed with murals and graffiti in so many cities. Is this where you live- LA?
Thank you Arv, indeed we have really great murals, most of the time they are extremely artistic, sending provoking messages. I don’t live in L.A. , my home town is about 70 miles South , a remote surfer and very down to earth city , very close to the beach.
That is a lot of cool street art. The murals sure bring a lot of life to the city.
Thank you Otto for your kind comment. Indeed it adds a lot of life, which real vibrant in this part of Los Angeles.
Beautiful clicks and interesting paintings.
Thank you so much dear Rekha.
Thank you for visiting my blog and enjoying it.
You are always welcome dear
For a simple photographer who is trying to learn to draw and paint these photo are really inspiring, lot of emotion in the street art!
Robert I really like your comment, indeed there is a lot of emotions displayed from those artists, it pretty much tells the story of Latino’s living in Los Angeles.