JR just blew through town for 48 hours on his way to Japan and left behind two new walls.

Both pieces are part of his ongoing “Wrinkles of the City: LA” project, something he started back in February that the LA Weekly has mapped for your street art pleasure. The subjects are residents of Sunset Hall, a local assisted living facility “for free-thinking elders.”

Credit: Shannon Cottrell

Credit: Shannon Cottrell

Wow, how much do you love this city? Catch these folks in Echo Park and at Sushi Roku, on 3rd Street. While it's tough to keep up with his hectic art-making schedule, we will continue to track JR as the “Wrinkles” project unfolds. There is a pinnacle photograph he is saving for a special spot.

For more info and photos, see “TED Award-Winning Street Artist JR Brings 'The Wrinkles of the City' to Los Angeles.”

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