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Photos: California Dreamy: The New Scene in Topanga Canyon

A new generation of crunchy creatives has moved into L.A.’s perennially hippie-chic Topanga Canyon.


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The view from Alexander Payne’s house. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Joe Zorrilla at his “outdoor office.” Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Zorrilla’s kitchen. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Zorrilla artwork Ghost (for r.d.), 2014. Photograph by Joe Zorrilla.

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A sign at Abuelitas. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Abuelitas. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Jake Burghart and Meredith Danluck on their terrace. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Roadside art. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Payne at home. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Payne’s treehouse. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Artist Chris Burden with Beehive Bunker, 2006, at home. Photograph by Malerie Marder.

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Roadside art. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Signage for local shops. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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A Sam Falls work in process, 2013. Courtesy of Sam Falls.

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Angela Lindvall’s back patio. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Angela Lindvall with her sons (and a chicken) at home. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.

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Vintage clothing store Hillbillyhip. Courtesy of Hillbillyhip.

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Artist George Herms, photographed by Wallace Berman, 1965. Courtesy of The Estate of Wallace Berman and Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.

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Downtown Topanga. Photograph by Darcy Hemley.