|Width:||8.25" (20.96 cm)|
|Height:||6.0" (15.24 cm)|
This book is part of a personal project from the years 2018/2019, sketching locations in historic Highland Park, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Everything pictured in these pages happened along one street, York Boulevard (with one nearby exception, the Suffragette hideout on page 4). The images were sketched on location and most completed on the spot in one sitting. Just like its companion book, Figueroa Street Sketches, this book includes new renovations, historic mainstays -- and everything in between -- in an attempt to share the amazing variety that can exist on a single street. This book contains over 100 sketches, many shared here for the first time.About the Author: Joey Mason is a Designer and Art Director for animation from Los Angeles, CA. He follows a personal practice of sketching on location, inspired by the Urban Sketchers movement. Joey's work seeks to capture the layered history of neighborhoods and their inhabitants, in L.A. and beyond. This is his second collection of street-themed sketches. You can follow him @joeymasonart and follow the hashtag #yorkblvdsketches for future additions!