In the oldest part of Los Angeles, you’ll find a detailed mural by Italian-American artist Leo Politi celebrating the annual Blessing of the Animals.
Once upon a time, a parking garage in Pasadena was home to a series of colorful illustrations of renowned painter Kenny Scharf. It was called the Kosmic Krylon Garage, and it’s gone now.
“Hitting the Wall: Women and the Marathon,” an epic 1984-era mural celebrating the first women’s Olympic marathon, has recently been uncovered in Downtown Los Angeles.
On Wilshire Boulevard, across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, you can find 10 sections of the Berlin Wall, the longest portion of this Cold War relic outside of Germany.
In North Hollywood you can view a painted mural that tells the entire history of Los Angeles along a half-mile stretch of a flood control channel.