"Los Angeles was a bad idea, and I spent two weeks there. It was prime [Raygun] country; too much of the Dream there, and too many fragments of the Dream waiting to snare me. I nearly wrecked the car on a stretch of overpass near Disneyland, when the road fanned out like an origami trick and left me swerving through a dozen minilanes of whizzing chrome teardrops with shark fins. [Hollywood was] even worse."
- William Gibson, "The Gernsback Continuum"
Here's my final (for now!) collection of Raygun Gothic photos [don't forget to check out Part 1 and Part 2]. Naturally we have to conclude our tour in L.A.!
|Cole and Santa Monica, West Hollywood|
|Cole and Santa Monica, West Hollywood (another view)|
|Crossroads of the World (1936)|
|Former KFI Radio Station Building (1936)|
|Griffith Park Observatory Obelisk (1934)|