Founded in 1992 by Kita S. Lealao Jr., UCE Car Club has grown from a LA-based group to a movement that encompasses over thirty chapters around the world.
Entries in Los Angeles (12)
To be a member you need to have a two door American car with hydraulics, 520 premium sport way tires, and wire wheels – preferably Daytons after the year 1990.
Instead of asking people to pose for pictures, Los Angeles-based photographer Johnny Tergo is channeling his inner mobster and snapping studio-quality photos of pedestrians drive-by style.
Shining bright on the web with her candy colored hair, striking features, and quirky wardrobe, model/designer/makeup artist Natasha Lillipore moved with her boyfriend and Himalayan cat from Denver to Los Angeles to expose her “vintage glamour meets MySpace era” scene-queen aesthetic and designs to the world.
Critically acclaimed, consistently ambitious yet curiously anonymous street artist JR's crossover into the digital world may have done changed the game forever.
Take None Give None is an upcoming documentary chronicling one of Los Angeles' original refugee black outlaw biker gangs, the Chosen Few.
The shoe box, a cardboard stronghold to keep your kicks fresh and your hunnid dollar bills crispy. Basically, it’s a great item to store things in. That’s what former Frank151 editor Jesse Nicely did with his photos of Los Angeles graffiti.
American conceptual artist, John Baldessari, has been appointed by the LA Fund to decorate buses, billboards, bus shelters, and other outdoor media throughout Los Angeles for his "Learn To Dream" campaign.
What a way to usher in the new year! Los Angeles independent station KDOC had the most entertaining New Year's Eve special off all time.