Film poster: Chennai Express, 2013, ink on paper, hand-drawn and printed, 20 x 30 in. Museum purchase.
A.J. Diamond and Barton Myers; Wolf House, 1974; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; designed by Barton Myers. Photo Credit: John Fulker, Courtesy of the West Vancouver Museum.
Laylah Ali; Untitled, 2001; softground, hardground, aquatint, drypoint, and roulette on Rives BFK paper; edition of 50; 22 1/2 x 22 1/2 in; Gift of Exit Art, New York. Copyright ©2013 Laylah Ali.
George Washington Smith, Ambassador Ocean Front Suggested Treatment, 1922, Rendered by Lutah Maria Riggs; watercolor, pencil, and conte crayon on paper; 25 1/4 x 39 1/2 in.; George Washington Smith papers
Eisner-Stewart and Associates, Automotive Center, project (Santa Barbara, Calif.), 1964. Drawn by Jack Morley; ink, pencil, and colored pencil on paper mounted on board; 10 11/6 x 15 1/16 in.; City of Santa Barbara Community Development records
Lutah Maria Riggs, Erving house (Santa Barbara, Calif.), 1951, colored pencil on paper, Lutah Maria Riggs papers.
Fernand Lungren, United States, 1857-1932, Rivers of Stone, Oil on canvas, Fernand Lungren Bequest, 1964.691
Unknown photographer, Woman Resisting Arrest, Birmingham, Alabama, April 14, 1963, courtesy of Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images, Los Angeles, California
Blackbird Architects and Behnisch Architekten, Aquatics Center: bird's eye perspective from Ocean Road, project (University of California, Santa Barbara), 2010; digital image
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