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It took three days to remove “CulverLand.” But you can watch it disappear here in less than four minutes. The 1,600-square foot mural was de-installed primarily with water sprayed from a high pressure power washer. A soy-based paint remover was … Continue reading
We are planning to start removal of “CulverLand” on Wednesday, November 3. So if you want to play the game, hurry on down there before Wednesday! Thanks to everyone who has played so far!
Marisa from creativethursday.com and Sean from Hogan’s Point joined John, Kim, and Ian Derevlany for a game of “CulverLand” last Friday (Oct. 15). And then… the cops came.
So come on down and play it already!
A week of record-setting heat and another week of record-setting rain were simply not enough afflictions for our Job-like struggle to install “CulverLand.” The game still had to contend with one more disaster before it’s opening. An Adam Sandler movie. … Continue reading
The rain has finally ended. Rain has been falling on “CulverLand” almost since the moment we finished painting it. The average rainfall for the entire month of October in Los Angeles is usually less than half an inch. We got … Continue reading
Saturday morning, 9:30 a.m. I was going to finally remove the traffic cones and caution tape that had been surrounding the artwork for the past four days (and slightly disrupting pedestrian traffic on the walkway). I was also going to … Continue reading
Here are some pictures as we finally finished installing “CulverLand” late in the afternoon on Friday, October 1. We were completely hot and exhausted at the time, so we didn’t get the best photos. We’d spent four days painting … Continue reading