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Found in LA: City Life, Crazy Clouds & a Rice Bowl

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Andrew Hurvitz, who many know from Here in Van Nuys, snaps this shot of the behemoth Rice Bowl image at Wilshire and Vermont and submitted it the LAist Featured Photos Pool.

Some love the architecture and art: Even though I find this neither simple nor minimalistic, I like it a lot!"
Some hate it: "That is an ugly, architecturally inept building."

The LA Times doesn't like it either.

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Photo by Here in Van Nuys via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr