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Ed Ruscha Norm's, La Cienega, on Fire, 1964 oil and pencil on canvas 64 x 124 x 2 in. x x cm) The Broad Art Foundation

An influential Los Angeles painter, printmaker, and photographer, Edward Ruscha developed a vibrant signature style of combining words, images, objects, and landscapes in deadpan ways—sometimes humorous, sometimes sinister—that associated him first with Pop art in the 1960s and then with Conceptual art in the 1970s. Trained as a commercial illustrator, Ruscha had an early interest in comic books, graphic design, typography, and serial imagery that led him to produce a now landmark series of…

Standard Station Edward Ruscha (American, born Screenprint, composition: 19 x 36 x cm); sheet: 25 x 39 x cm).

series of Gregory Crewdson where he used dark cool lighting to create eerie and bleak environments for the images.

Gregory Crewdson These examples show the subjects in very lonely environments. the use of low staturation and cool muted tones bring that more into effect.

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"The Old Tech-Chem Building," an acrylic by the American Ed Ruscha

Disneyland's Autopia originally had no center guide rail and the cars had bumpers. Kids who got out of line were promptly “pulled over.”

Disneyland's Autopia originally had no center guide rail and the cars had bumpers. Kids who got out of line were promptly “pulled over.

Edward Ruscha, Standard Station, 1986, oil on canvas, 51" x 96", Portland Art Museum, Photo by loop_oh via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic License.

Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas 1963 Ed Ruscha art - Yahoo Image Search results

Edward Ruscha (American, born 1937) - Standard Station (E. 5), 1966 - Screen-print in colors on commercial buff paper, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 33/50 (and 2 artist's proofs), 19 3/4 x 37 in.. sheet 25 5/8 x 40 in. Courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields.

artwork: Edward Ruscha (American, born - Standard Station (E. 1966 - Screen-print in colors on commercial buff paper, signed in pencil, dated and numbered (and 2 artist's proofs), 19 x 37 in. sheet 25 x 40 in. Courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields.

The historic (and fabulous) Scandia Restaurant on the Sunset Strip, Beverly Hills.

Alison Martino's "Vintage Los Angeles": Scandia Restaurant located on Sunset Strip / Beverly Hills

Standard Station, 1966  (detail), by Ed Ruscha. Photograph: Paul Ruscha/private collection

Ed Ruscha: Fifty Years of Painting, John Baldessari: Pure Beauty

Ed Ruscha   Standard Station with Ten-Cent Western Being Torn in Half (1964).

Ed Ruscha "Standard Station with Ten-Cent Western Being Torn in Half" 1964 Oil on canvas 65 x 121 inches x cm) Private Collection

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