" Continuing his investigation of the Los Angeles vernacular landscape, "Thirtyfour Parking Lots" features aerial photographs of (mostly) empty parking lots adjacent to structures ranging from the iconic (then-new Dodger Stadium, The Hollywood Bowl) to the ordinary (retail stores and office buildings). The series' bird's-eye perspective reveals not only the distinctive, but often unnoticed layout and painted markings of these lots, but also the oil stains and other traces of their users."
Used / Ex-library copy. Exterior has obvious signs of use, sun tanning, some fingerprints and some light folds. Also slight damage around the spine due to a removed library sticker. Inside of the front cover and flyleaf have standard library marks: some tape residue, a date card, a couple written numbers and a small barcode sticker. Inside in decent condition, but obviously a used book. Binding is sound, some light handling wear, but the pages are generally clean.
Author Ed Ruscha
Title Thirtyfour Parking Lots in Los Angeles
Publication year 1967
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher Self published