1984 LOS ANGELES / NAGOYA FRIENDSHIP MONUMENT

Specifications:

12 feet tall x 40 feet wide x 40 feet deep.

 

Materials:
Bronze eagle, five brass footprints, trim and plaques, tinted cement with sandblast exposed aggregate.

 

The Los Angeles / Nagoya Friendship monument was created back in 1984. The Eagle is bronze, created with the lost wax casting process. The stand is cement with sandblast exposed aggregate. The base is comprised of a five pointed star, with the handprints of movie stars taken from Mann's Chinese theater in Hollywood in each point of the star- Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Gregory Peck, Julie Andrews, and Charlton Heston. I worked for the sculptor Brett Livingstone-Strong to create the monument. I designed the base elements, created the working blueprints, created archival, silicone rubber molds of the movie star handprints, and supervised technical processes involved in its creation.

1984 LOS ANGELES / NAGOYA FRIENDSHIP MONUMENT

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