art direction & aesthetics
There are few DTLA establishments more exciting, elegant, and inspiring than Bottega Louie. In our exclusive interview, delve into their best kept secret— Art Direction. Maintaining a renowned aesthetic is full-time creativity!
In the heart of DTLA’s Historic Core resides a waffle confectionery by the name of, Dolly Llama. They’re open late, make delicious sweet desserts and a chill Llama, a.k.a. “The Waffle Master” is their mascot. What’s not to love?
An Indian-Canadian family of restauranteurs moves to Los Angeles and flips traditional cuisine on its head by opening a luscious Indian / New American Gastropub in central DTLA.
The Blue Ribbon is The Music Center's premier women's support organization, who every year organizes the Children's Festival, a festival dedicated to exposing 5th graders from all around Los Angeles to the wonders of performance art.
The Los Angeles Master Chorale displays their sublime commitment to artistic expression by commissioning visual artist Kevork Mourad to illustrate Handel's masterstroke, Israel in Egypt.
127 of Jasper Johns' most important works comes to The Broad. This is the first major Johns survey held in Southern California for more than 50 years. Associate Curator, Ed Schad, gives us a personal tour of the exhibit.
Ever wonder what happens when a fire hydrant is knocked-off its base, causing thousands of gallons of water to spill out onto the streets? It's a classic city story we call Angeleno Falls.
Located in the heart of South Park, the concept of LazRfit is simple— to make cardio training fun and accessible through the sport of laser tag.
Chamber Music at The Bradbury Building, a tradition hosted by The Da Camera Society of Mount Saint Mary's University, presented the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge.
"I’m always blown away at how 2,000 random people can open their mouths and this glorious music happens," says Conductor and Chorale Artistic Director, Grant Gershon.
As part of their 2017-18 season, the Music Center presented an all-new production of the iconic Christmas classic, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.
Los Angeles artists are thriving in Downtown, illustrates Brett Diemer. Find out what inspires within the walls of industrial studios like ETO... where creative souls can freely find themselves.