B.la Mystery Photo Contest – Vol. 2, No. 3

First things first. This week’s edition of the B.la Mystery Photo Contest is sans the cool prize of the tickets to Video Games Live. I know… that sucks. But the show at the Hollywood Bowl is July 6 and I was only allocated a couple pair, the remaining two of which I gave away last week. So now we’re out of the digital gamer realm and back to calling all to eyedee an actual real world snapshot of something around town taken by yours very truly.

Clue: I’m bound to have my hackles raised hearing “how stupid easy” this shot’s subject is to pinpoint, so I’m not giving up anything about it other than to say my wife and I found it on a Sunday morning four-mile walk with the dog around Silver Lake. Click the image for a larger version.

tinytush.jpgRules: Post a comment correctly identifying what’s pictured and where it’s at and you’ll be entered into the pool from which one winner will be randomly chosen and announced Friday July 1 or whenever this contest scrolls off the bottom of the page รณ whichever comes first. Don’t have a clue where it is? Poaching from other entrants is encouraged. Hey, I’m after quantity not quality. Word is my glorious leader Sean “Shut Up I’m Working On It” Bonner is trying to get a prize more worthy everybody’s esteemed participation, but that could take years so in the meantime, the winner will receive a collector’s edition Tush sticker printed with real ink and made with real adhesive. In the event of no one getting it right, the creator of the most entertaining guess will be hailed victorious at the discretion of yours very truly.

8 Replies to “B.la Mystery Photo Contest – Vol. 2, No. 3”

  1. its from that trippy water feature/landscape installation place on Silver lake Blvd near Michelangelos.. I KNOW because I used to live on Occidental before I fled my EVIL landlord and moved to the Rock of Eagle…

  2. I have no idea where it is, but I’ll wager you could fry an egg if you held it about 10 inches above the center of it at high noon …

  3. It’s at Materials Research on Silver Lake Blvd near the 7-Eleven. My two friends from SCI-Arc (Gaston Nogues and Ben Ball) built it. It’ll be up there all summer. It’s called Maximillian’s Schell.

  4. It’s Maximillian’s Schell, an installation by my son, Ben Ball & Gaston Nogues at 1619 Silver Lake Blvd.
    Nancy Ball
    Carbondale, CO

  5. went to the frank gehry site & came across your project in silver lake. i love it & can’t wait to drive up from la jolla to see it. told my friend in l.a. to make certain she sees it. will see it this weekend . will send another comment after i see it. it looks so beautiful at night.

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