See How the World Series Transformed Dodger House in South L.A.

See How the World Series Transformed Dodger House in South L.A.

A vacant home in a residential neighborhood in the heart of South L.A. was transformed in the days leading up to Game 7 into #TheDodgerHouse. The public art spectacle has a roof painted Dodger blue and is peppered with Dodger cheers and Dodger logos and even a giant mural of ginger-bearded Dodger slugger Justin Turner. Fans from all over the city flocked to the house to witness the handiwork of South L.A. artist Hector “Tetris” Arias. Tetris started painting the Dodger House at the time of Game 2, on Oct. 25, and the initial public response was so positive that he decided to keep adding elements to it. With a crew of assistants Tetris painted the roof a deep blue and added a Dodgers logo big enough, he jokes, that helicopters can see it when they fly overhead. Read our story on Dodger House.

Photos by Ted Soqui



A vacant home in a residential neighborhood in the heart of South L.A. was transformed in the days leading up to Game 7 into #TheDodgerHouse. The public art spectacle has a roof painted Dodger blue and is peppered with Dodger cheers and Dodger logos and even a giant mural of ginger-bearded Dodger slugger Justin Turner. Fans from all over the city flocked to the house to witness the handiwork of South L.A. artist Hector “Tetris” Arias. Tetris started painting the Dodger House at the time of Game 2, on Oct. 25, and the initial public response was so positive that he decided to keep adding elements to it. With a crew of assistants Tetris painted the roof a deep blue and added a Dodgers logo big enough, he jokes, that helicopters can see it when they fly overhead. Read our story on Dodger House.

Photos by Ted Soqui


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