Eric Brightwell

amateur cartographer, artist and LA junkie

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Amateur cartographer, artist and Los Angeles junkie; owner of Brightwell Men’s Shop in Silver Lake

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Remember " Carmaggedon ?" That's when the 405 Freeway was shut down completely for entire weekends for replacement of the Mulholland Drive bridge.

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