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Voyager Los Angeles - Opening Party

Voyager Los Angeles - Opening Party

New digs, new treasurers, new friends!

Come hang with us and celebrate our new store opening in the wonderful city of Los Angeles. We're having a gathering to share treasurers from our favorite collections, home wares from our friends at Spartan and more!

Also visiting us is a special pop up showing by our friends Gravel And Gold who are bringing special items from their studios in San Francisco to share with everyone!

Voyager Los Angeles

300 South Santa Fe Ave - Los Angeles 90013

August 13th - Opening Party from 5pm

Plenty of Parking at the One Santa Fe Lot or come visit us by public transport!















Inspiration / Summer Exploring + Tenerife

Tenerife is a magical little island, part of the Spanish Canary Islands that are off of Morocco. Filled with complex topography, volcanic sea pools, deep deserts of unusual cacti, active volcanos and a unique Spanish rich cultural past. Like California dry desert heat is matched with soft earth tones, breathable linens and loose light fits.


Julius Shulman / L.A Houses


"The point is it shows that I must have had a built-in facility for composition. It shows in all my landscape pictures, all my personal pictures, everything I took. And when I got into architecture, I was able to define design statements. And as I look at any of my old photographs, they possess some quality which I pursued in a natural way in my architectural photography. And I'm very proud of some of those photographs, because no matter where you see any of my works, and I demonstrate this to my students all the time, that the secret of photography is composition. Assembling--identifying to begin with--and then assembling these statements, these thoughts, in your mind without the camera. Matter of fact, I don't allow cameras to be used in some of my seminars, at least for the first day or half-day discussion. I say, "Let's learn how to take pictures without a camera. And let's learn to identify--whatever we're photographing, whether it's a landscape or a building or an interior--let's look first and see how we identify ourselves with the object." Then when we take out the camera, we've assembled these design thoughts in our mind and we've put together the composition, showing all four sides, all four edges of the camera view, possessing the elements of what we want to photograph."

Julius Shulman / by Taina Rikala De Noriega, for the Archives of American Art.


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