Many in the Los Angeles creative community see empty space as a way to transplant new ways of thinking.

We have long been following the ways in which public and private spaces become blurred through creative approaches. Whether it is a series of community-generated love letters along your subway ride or Twitter-controlled art projections, the potential for unused spaces to become shared is endless.

The City of Los Angeles has quickly become known as one of the most sprawling creative capitals in recent times. The dispersion of artist development, paired with a new central arts district and an emerging consciousness of its historic neighborhoods, has helped the city to cultivate a new sense of community. To LA’s benefit, the rising abundance of creative types have stepped forward to close these elusive gaps, not just aesthetically, but psychologically, spacially and environmentally.

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