A Westside Story
Los Angeles based photographer Andrew Kuttler embodies the beauty of what LA and its surrounding areas inspire. Take a walk through time as Andrew shows us three iconic landmarks and how these places have become so well known. See his 3 favorite style below!
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Hollywood Sign - Maple ClassicAndrew starts us off in Hollywood, the ultimate district of American Cinema. Placed in 1923 to recognize the Hills of Hollywood, one very smart real-estate investor strategically placed the sign to draw attention to this area of LA.
Maplewood / Matte Black
Santa Monica Pier - Black & RosewoodBuilt in 1909, this 1600ft wood & steel pier was used to run sewage underneath to deploy into the ocean. Luckily, in 1920 they discontinued this and it is now used for music and other festivities. You may also notice the ferris wheel at the end of the pier, also known for a tourist landmark.
Rosewood / Black Classic
Walt Disney Concert Hall - Ebony Gold Wood DialIt took 16 years before the Walt Disney Concert Hall was ready for the public. When it finally opened in October 2003, it was recognized as an architectural masterpiece and acoustical marvel, forever changing the musical landscape of Los Angeles Theatre and show.
Gold / Ebony Wood / Wood Dial
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We hope you enjoyed your trip to a few of Los Angeles’ historic landmarks. Photographer Andrew Kuttler fits right in with a city that has been on the forefront of creativity and talent.
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