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Two Photographs of Park La Brea Quilt #3 on display at FRIEND REQUEST
|| 12/14/2009 || 4:27 pm || + Render A Comment || ||

Photograph of Park La Brea Quilt no. 3 at the FRIEND REQUEST exhibition

I took these two pictures of Park La Brea Quilt #3 Friday night at the opening of FRIEND REQUEST. The map measures 60 inches by 40 inches and was printed on Epson enhanced matte paper. It is hung using Poster Hangers and is located in the meeting room on the first floor. You can actually see some of the map from outside on the sidewalk in front of 1606 17th Street, NW. It will be on display until January 29th, 2010.

Photograph of Park La Brea Quilt no. 3 at the FRIEND REQUEST exhibition


2008 California Calendar
|| 11/15/2007 || 9:41 pm || Comments Off on 2008 California Calendar || ||

April 2008_____

As of January 1st, the calendar is no longer available for sale on-line. A big thank you to those who purchased copies!

A viewable copy of the calendar is in the permanent holdings of the Map and Imagery Laboratory at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Submitted Today: Park La Brea Quilt #3 [New Media Art Competition]
|| 1/31/2007 || 2:08 pm || Comments Off on Submitted Today: Park La Brea Quilt #3 [New Media Art Competition] || ||

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Detail of Park La Brea Quilt #3

Flashpoint call for entries ends today.

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Submission was not accepted. Quite disappointing.

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Park La Brea Quilt #3
|| 12/10/2006 || 5:40 pm || Comments Off on Park La Brea Quilt #3 || ||

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Park La Brea Quilt by Nikolas Schiller

Park La Brea (Spanish: La Brea – The tar, after the nearby La Brea Tar Pits) is a sprawling apartment complex in the Miracle Mile District of Los Angeles, California. It encompasses more than 4,000 apartments in both high-rise and garden-style buildings, and sits on 160 acres (0.65 km2) of land with numerous lawns. It’s layout is geometric and lends itself to my map style. This is my third iteration of the series featuring the area around Park La Brea in Los Angeles, California. Its one of my favorites :-)

View the Google Map of Park La Brea, Los Angeles, California.

View Park La Brea Quilt #3 in an interactive web environment

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Park La Brea Quilt #2
|| 12/9/2006 || 10:50 am || Comments Off on Park La Brea Quilt #2 || ||

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Park La Brea’s geometric design allows for some excellent manipulations. For the first time in a VERY long time I’ve decided to create not one, but two fractals of a specific location. Number 3 will be up shortly…

View the Google Map of Park La Brea, Los Angeles, California.

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Park La Brea Quilt
|| 12/8/2006 || 10:42 am || Comments Off on Park La Brea Quilt || ||

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Park La Brea Quilt by Nikolas Schiller

Park La Brea (Spanish: La Brea – The tar, after the nearby La Brea Tar Pits) is a sprawling apartment complex in the Miracle Mile District of Los Angeles, California. It encompasses more than 4,000 apartments in both high-rise and garden-style buildings, and sits on 160 acres (0.65 km2) of land with numerous lawns. It’s layout is geometric and lends itself to my map style.

View the Google Map of Park La Brea, Los Angeles, California.

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