Photo Diary: Tim Burton, contemporary art, and lots of lamps

Entrance to Tim Burton exhibit
Tim Burton balloon guy at end of exhibit
Topiary by Tim Burton from Edward Scissorhands
Lamps installation in front of LACMA
Me and the best friend
Jackie standing in what can only be described as "The Noodle Room"
My Plaza Cheeseburger from the Plaza Cafe at the museum. It had gruyere cheese, arugula, bacon, and came with garlic fries. Um, AMAZING. One of the best burgers I've had!
Warhol's famous Campbell's soupcan
A few weeks ago, I met my best friend's friend Jackie, and all of us went to LACMA (Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art) together to check out the Tim Burton exhibit.

Oh my gosh, it was awesome. I've always been a fan of Tim Burton movies (even though they creeped me out and gave me nightmares when I was a kid. Ahem. Beetle Juice.) and it was really cool to see his old sketches, concepts, short films, and even costumes from his movies! There's SO MUCH to see.

Clarrisa, Jackie & me
I wish I could've shared more photos with you, but they weren't allowed inside the exhibit. If you live in the LA area, be sure to check it out if you can! It was so worth it. The exhibit is at LACMA until Halloween this year (very appropriate). $20 gets you in, and you can even visit the rest of the museum. Yay!

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