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P.J’s was a famous rock club on Santa Monica Blvd. at Crescent Heights in West Hollywood. Traktur restaurant and other […]
In 1966, decades before Google Street View, Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha mounted a motorized camera in the payload of a truck and set out to photograph every building on the Sunset Strip. He published the assemblage of photos in a grounbreaking book, Every Building on the Sunset Strip that signaled a new approach to art and photography.
Sunset Boulevard’s long relationship with the music industry is spotlighted in this illustrated tour published by the Los Angeles Times.