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All the Buildings in Los Angeles: That I’ve Drawn So Far
by James Gulliver Hancock

Having drawn New York, London, and Paris, artist Hancock turns his pen to his home city, drawing everything from anonymous Victorians in Echo Park to the famed Gehry House in Santa Monica. Hotels, shops, theaters, office buildings, restaurants, and homes are captured in the artist’s exuberant style, making us look twice at buildings we think we know so well, along with those we’ve driven by without notice. Noting the architects and a few fun facts, Australian-born Hancock suggests readers explore LA with pen and paper, because “there are hidden gems in every city and drawing is a good way to make yourself stop and look at them.”

Universe Publishing (an imprint of Rizzoli New York), 2022, 64 pages, hardcover, $22.50.

 

 

 

 
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