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A Untitled Mural

Dec 22, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Whenever you’re walking around Los Angeles, sometimes you never know what you’ll find. I’ve seen a a costumed bear strolling down Hollywood Boulevard and a Superman grocery shopping in Venice. Each new walk presents new adventures.

On a recent walk, I didn’t see Superman anywhere, but I did find a hidden mural that only a few lucky people are able to appreciate because it’s off the beaten path.

Right between Highland Park and Garvanza at the intersection of Livermore Terrace and Monte Vista Street is:

Even though I did extensive research, I was not able to find out any information about the artist who created this and perhaps that was their intent.

Nonetheless, if anyone has any information, please leave a comment or use the contact me page to let me know more information about it.

[UPDATE] Thanks to a wonderful Travelin’ Local commenter, we now know that “The artist names are Jaime Ochoa, Jerry Ortega and Andy Ladesma and the mural is titled “The Builders of America” circa 1997.”

Thanks for the information.

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2 Responses to “A Untitled Mural”

  1. Name says:

    The artist names are Jaime Ochoa, Jerry Ortega and Andy Ladesma and the mural is titled “The Builders of America”
    circa 1997.

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    Lisa Newton Reply:

    @Name, Thank you for letting me know. I always think artists should be recognized for their work.

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