A Recap of Lucent L'amour

Juxtapoz // Friday, 26 Feb 2010
1

Shrine_2
Those of us who do not live in LA, or were perhaps engaged in other activities this Valentines Day, missed one hell of a party this year.

 

Lucent L’amour is visionary festival in Los Angeles that embraces and promotes visual, architectural, performance, sonic, and musical arts. Here are a few highlights from this year’s event. All photos are by Drew Ressler (Rukes.com), descriptions by Jody Orsborn.
Shrine
Shrine by Shrine

 

Shrine is a self taught artist who has painted over sixty interactive murals around the world, and over fifty murals in Los Angeles. He has painted numerous restaurants and retail store interiors and exteriors including La Luz De Jesus Gallery, The Soap Plant, the first five Houses of Blues and many others.
Do_Lab_Tree
The Giant Tree
Do_Lab_Tree_from_above
Do_Lab

The giant tree was designed by Josh Flemming and built by the Do LaB.  It was made from re-purposed cardboard (saved from dumpsters and gathered from alleys). The Do LaB is a Los Angeles based company specializing in interactive environments, event production and creative lighting design.

Mike_Russek_Gallery
Mike Russek Gallery
Mike_Russek_Gallery_2
Mike Russek Gallery

Sandman_Creations
Sandman Creations
Sandman_Creations_2
Sandman Creations

 

Through a combination of steel wire, imported fabrics and various types of illumination, he uses delicate curves, rich textures and warm colors to infuse his pieces with a gentle, dreamlike surreality, encouraging the viewer to rediscover these wonders of nature with a sense of childlike awe.

The_Mac_and_Retna
The Mac and Retna

The_Lovers_Tarot
The Lover's Tarot
, a collaboration between: John Park, Ekundayo, Hans Haveron, MotionONE, and Michael Pukac.

 

 

Vault

Full magazine features from Juxtapoz

visit the VAULT >