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All 2015 in California

  • Trees in Sacramento, US

    Trees For one of the performances during the museum’s workshop the performers chose to use the word trees to represent the city’s claim of having the world’s most trees of any city and it’s nickname- The City Of Trees. Produced in partnership with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA.

  • United in Sacramento, US

    United United was chosen during an open call by the museum. The word is meant to signify the unity of the local people. Produced in partnership with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA.

  • Indomitable in Sacramento, US

    Sacramento Republic is a professional soccer club from Sacramento. They are part of the United Soccer League. Shot at their home stadium, Bonney Field, local artist Phil America and Dorian Lynde filmed the performance with the entire team, coaching staff, trainers and a small group of select fans. “Those familiar Read more [...]

  • Made In in Sacramento, US

    The iconic C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A letters that previously stood at the entrance of Disney California Adventure park for a decade welcome tens of thousands of guests to the California State Fair, as well as other events at Cal Expo, the largest exposition center in the capital of California, Sacramento. The letters were Read more [...]

  • R in Los Angeles, US

    The Sixth Street Viaduct connects downtown Los Angeles’ up-and-coming Arts District in the heart of downtown and East Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights. The bridge crosses over the LA River and has been featured in numerous movies such Drive, Anchorman, Grease, Terminator 2 and 3, National Security, The Mask, Furious 7 Read more [...]

  • Cu in California, US

    These wind turbines at the San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm give power to thousands every day. The letters c and u were chosen for the initials of a family member living in Palm Springs.

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