Essay 372 • Feb 28th 2019

It was a rainy day in downtown Los Angeles. The sun was buried behind the clouds and the sidewalks were full of puddles. On the ninth floor there was a room full of patterns and an empty fridge. We stayed for a spell. Somewhere along the way home I passed a car on fire.


Jason Travis is a photographer, designer, illustrator, and musician based in Los Angeles. His work has been featured by CNN, USA Today, Gizmodo, BuzzFeed, BOOOOOOOM, and many more. He’s allergic to cats, carrots, and will forever love the 90s.
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Model: Heidi Jane

Location: The Urban Jungle

Check out Jason’s previous TPJ photo essays:

Suburban Youth


Mind Glow


Vanished Spirits