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Cyrcle Brings Summer to LA

Posted on June 30, 2012

You knew it would eventually get here, right?

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, Summer. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…  green grass, rolling sideways down a hill in Prospect Park and feeling dizzy at the bottom, park benches and a book, 55 city swimming pools, rooftop parties and films, flip flops, rose bushes, beer from the Turkey’s Nest in a big styrofoam cup, softball games, free out door concerts (hip-hop, merengue, rock, and the philharmonic), bike riding, the Cyclone roller coaster on Coney Island, a nap under a tree, stoop sales, 5 packs of tube socks on sale at street festivals, free Shakespeare in Central Park, Dominican card games on folding tables on the sidewalk, a whole day of aerosol spraying on a huge wall, every body-type on Brighton Beach, grilled notdogs, frisbees, the smell of coconut oil, the sound of birds, kids, and the icecream truck jingle.

LA based Street Artists Cycle have done tributes to winter and spring already here. Now photographer and BSA guest contributor Carlos Gonzalez brings you Summer from the Cyrcle crew at their spot in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. It’s part of the LA Freewalls Project, naturally, and we thank Carlos for sharing with BSA readers these images of the new installment.

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

Cyrcle (photo © Carlos Gonzalez)

To see the photo essay on Cyrcle Spring Interlude click here.

To see the photo essay on Cyrcle Winter Interlude click here.

Thank you to Carlos for his beautiful photography. Check him out on Facebook.

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