Los Angeles Icons Lovingly Illustrated by George Townley

Los Angeles is a huge and sprawling place, full of stories and personalities. George Townley captures some of the city’s iconic buildings and places in warm and bright illustrations. His style has been called Wes Anderson-like, but we’d just called it inviting. His series includes some major icons as well as lesser known architectural treats, like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, and the “Dingbat” house. Via DesignBoom:

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Capitol Records building, Welton Becket

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Theme Building, LAX

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Stahl House, Pierre Koeing

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Parker Center, Welton Becket

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Sixth Street Bridge

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John Sowden House, Frank Lloyd Wright

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Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright

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Griffith Observatory, John C. Austin

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Dingbat House

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