In the heart of downtown Riverside, Martin Sanchez has built a folk art shrine out of trash on the grounds of where his home and Mexican restaurant are both located.
Located where the former Sky Drive-in Theater once stood in Yucca Valley, CA, this funky desert swap meet is like no other.
The 48-acre bohemian folk art compound in the foothills above Altadena where artistic expression and radical self-reliance thrive.
Elmer Long’s forest of over 200 bottle trees along Route 66.
One man’s 33 year obsession produces an iconic piece of folk art along with an incredible back story.
Made of leftover bottles, found motorcycles, rocks, concrete and countless other pieces of junk, Glendora’s Rubel Castle is one of Southern California’s oddest buildings.
It’s not hard to find salvation at this folk art masterpiece near the Salton Sea.
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