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Ballona Creek: Rock Stack Status

A local artist is seeking funds for his project.

Nigama, a local artist, is seeking donations to maintain the Ballona Creek Trioliths, an art installation of hundreds of stacked rocks.

The project started in May 2010, and Nigama hopes to film a documentary to capture the the 3-stone figures that have "transformed an unremarkable urban creekside into a magical landscape," according to Nigama.

He is hoping to raise $14,000 by April 23.

  • For a pledge of $25, supporters will receive online viewing access to the documentary.
  • For $50, people will receive a DVD copy plus online viewing access.
  • For $100, Nigama will send you an 8x10 framed photograph and the DVD.
  • For $1,000, you will receive a large format canvas photo print, signed by Nigama.
  • For $10,000, Nigama will install trioliths on your property.

To learn more about the project, click here.

Saltwater April 13, 2012 at 01:51 PM
I know a guy who goes by the name of Rock Bob who does the same thing on the beach at Topanga but he doesn't want money to do it.

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