| Feb 22, 2009
Four decades ago, Bay Area artists filled their posters with raging flames, extravagant skeletons and bare, engorged breasts. This overstuffed style became the visual symbol not only for many late-'60s English and American bands but also a recognizable...
| Feb 20, 2009
Marvin Rand, a photographer whose images captured more than five decades of Los Angeles' architectural history, including landmark works by Irving Gill, Charles and Henry Greene and Watts Towers creator Simon Rodia, died Saturday at his Marina del Rey...
| Feb 7, 2012
| 9:56 AM
Normally the light in Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero's spare Humboldt Park apartment is plain, not funky at all.
"We have these crystals over there where we catch the sun," Gallero said, pointing to a window, "and we just have this prismatic rainbow...
| Nov 15, 2011
| 4:40 PM
Yeah, he worked with Hitchcock so often that Saul Bass was inclined to take more credit than he should have for, say, the shower sequence in “Psycho.” He liked neon and geometric shapes and cut-out figures and extreme close-ups. He did “...