About the same time I took this photo, the talented artist of Pasadena Adjacent talked about a friend's, Kim Abeles, art piece that is reminiscent of Ruscha's work described below. While it may not qualify as art, I also wanted to do a Palos Verdes take on Ruscha - photographing intersections along Hawthorne Boulevard, the main artery in & out of Palos Verdes.
"For Edward Ruscha's Every Building on the Sunset Strip (Los Angeles, 1966), Ruscha mounted a motorized Nikon to the back of a pick-up truck and photographed every building he passed. The resulting book, with the pictures printed in order and labeled with their street numbers, achieved an effective non-judgemental and almost anthropological record of previously unexplored details and aspects of the urban experience." (Ref. Manhattan Rare Books)