When pop-up urban art happens, you gotta hit it before it’s gone. So when local artist Calder Greenwood publishes a map that leads to his latest installation of the four characters from the 1985 Atari game Gauntlet, the kids and I went a hunting.

I think he made it a little too easy but surprisingly there was no one else around.

The map may have been a little too easy but surprisingly there was no one else around.

Above a park, along a dirt road...

Above a park, along a dirt road…

...it comes into view.

…it comes into view. The four characters, from the 1985 Atari game Gauntlet: an elf, a magician, a Valkyrie, and generic, loin-clothed warrior.

Artist Calder Greenwood is known for his pop-up paper mache installations which he likes to place in LA's urban and natural environments.

Artist Calder Greenwood is known for his pop-up paper mache installations which he likes to place in LA’s urban and natural environments.

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Wizard Eyes

Wizard Eyes

Sex & Violence

Sex & Violence

Secret Sauce

Secret Sauce

Elysian Park Vixens

Elysian Park Vixens

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Say goodbye kids.

Say goodbye kids.