Sunday, June 27, 2010

Matt Logue creates a metropolis without traffic or people in 'Empty L.A.

June 28, 2010 - After getting back from assignment in New Zealand, special effects artist Matt Logue felt overwhelmed when he returned to the drudgery of Los Angeles traffic. So he decided to do something about it: erase the traffic. In a four-year project, Logue took pictures of both famous and unknown parts of LA and painstakingly removed every person and moving car. When he was done, he had an “Empty L.A.,” the title of the book he released last fall. Logue spoke with Daily Bruin Radio about the process. [5:08]

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