Thursday, July 12, 2012

A Visual Tour of beautiful Los Feliz and Silverlake.

A couple of months ago, Diego Vivanco asked me via a lovely friend we have in common, Leo Sanchez, if he could come over to L.A all the way from Spain, to film me sketching around Los Feliz and Silverlake for few days.
'Oui!' ('Yes!') I replied. He jumped in the first plane available, with only his camera and a toothbrush in his bag, and the adventure started as soon as he landed in L.A.
Here's what Diego and Ian clark at Kauri Multimedia, along with a great musician in London, made out of all the material gathered over a couple of days in this lovely neighborhood.
I truly enjoyed working with Diego, he did a brilliant job, and so did Ian and the musician (I do not know his name, yet, unfortunately).
You can watch it in HD here, or embedded below.

Sketch! A Visual Tour of Silver Lake and Los Feliz from Kauri Multimedia on Vimeo.


Anonymous said...

Nicely done!!

Robb said...

This is awesome! Thanks for sharing.

Stéphane Kardos said...

- Thanks ...Anonymous.

- Thanks Robb! great work on your website! thanks for stopping by.

Elaine Chen said...

That was truly inspiring! To see so many great pieces done in one say..I love days like those too=)

I actually recognize that bookstore I think haha. Definitely makes me wanna go out there again. Again thank you so much for sharing!

Fiorella Castilla De Migliore said...

well donde! awesome art.. i like it

best regards from Uruguay!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

that was fun

pixelrn said...

Beautiful! Makes me want to go out and sketch some more.

Mark said...

Monsieur Kardos!

That was awesome! It was good to see you and your work in all it's HD glory and to see some sunshine. We no longer have that in London :(

Monsieur Pentecost x

*lucile* said...

Stefff! trop cool ce ptit doc! je suis contente de voir que tu dessines toujours autant in situs!
@+ biz

Unknown said...


loved the film. thought you might like to look at this guy:
he's done several sketch books over the years, paris being one of them. he's now in his 80s and recently produced a year's worth of sketches of london. here's the penguin publishers promo. it show's david drawing on site:



Stéphane Kardos said...

- Thanks guys for watching the short film, I really appreciate and I'm glad you enjoyed it, thank you!

- Andrew, thanks a lot for sharing this, this is wonderful. I didn't know the work of this young fella.

Anonymous said...