Architecture

Girl with the Anime Ink

Girl with the Anime Ink

When you say someone has Japanese style tattoos, you don’t usually mean Hello Kitty — unless you’re talking about Venice, California’s Malina Huang.

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Glass House

Glass House

Venice canals
Venice, CA 90291

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Glass-Wood-Stucco Modern (d u Architects)

Glass-Wood-Stucco Modern (d u Architects)

2007 by d u Architests

Nice example of the stucco and wood construction that now predominates in Venice.

Venice, California

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goat dressing

Goat Dressing

Goat dressing was to be the subject of the third gay rodeo event. It was kind of a no-brainer, though at first I wasn’t as gung ho on the idea as Neeraj was. But he was right in feeling like we should do a clip on the event, if for no other reason than to attracts viewer to our much more thoughtful coverage (Gay Rodeo Makes You Limp, for example, a written nugget to be deconstructed here soon).

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Goth Cottage

Goth Cottage

Foreboding figures and skeletal remains greet would-be visitors to this hidden haven.
Venice, California

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Graffiti Induces Colorblindness

Graffiti Induces Colorblindness

I should probably publish this discovery in Nature or some other peer reviewed journal. But what a hassle, so here goes: Graffiti is visible only in black or white. Yes, people often appear to see red when their homes and workplaces are bombed, but that’s only further proof that despite what you think you see, there is no gray area where graffiti’s concerned, let alone color.

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Graffiti Wall: Ich Bin Ein Venician

Graffiti Wall: Ich Bin Ein Venician

The Venice Pits, now known as the Venice Art Walls, are a point of contention in my neighborhood. They seemed like an apt metaphor for the tension between graff writers and taggers, and a general public that doesn’t much care that there can be a difference between the two.

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Green Craftsman

Green Craftsman

Venice, California

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Green Orange Boxes

Venice, California

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Green Shingle Bungalow

Green Shingle Bungalow

Circa 19TK

While small gardens have long been common to bungalows, the foliage here adds a fourth, “green” wall to this bungalow’s broad front porch.

San Juan
Venice, California

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