The following movie titles are currently being explored in Hollywood on a hot new project on life in Orange County:
- 50 Shades of Beige
- The Beiges of Orange County
- Diary of a Beige, Wimpy Adult
(OK, as much as wordplay with “beige” and movie titles could be its own post entirely, let’s move on.)
We’re letting the other walls of Orange County do the talking today, proving there is life beyond the sandstone and caramel-colored shopping centers dotting our cities. Captured from around Orange County, these murals are part of the real OC, and we’re looking forward to capturing and sharing many more of these pieces. If you have murals you’d like to share, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
Children of the World
Our Culture Cannot Be Sold
BONUS: Toward Equality in Our Schools
OCExplore writer Nancy Doyle pointed out that a mural of a much smaller scale, a US Postal Service stamp, commemorates an Orange County case on education equality: “This image is of the US Stamp commemorating the 60th anniversary of Mendez v. Westminster. Long before Brown v. Board of Education, Orange County parents fought segregation. In 1947, a group of Hispanic parents in Orange County sued to end the racial segregation and discrimination against children of Mexican ancestry by forcing them to enroll in separate “Mexican schools”. California Governor Earl Warren signed the law to end the segregation and he was later US Supreme Court Chief Justice when the Supreme Court heard Brown v. Board of Education (which declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students unconstitutional) in 1954.
Orange County was seven years ahead of the nation on this one!
All photos (excluding stamp) by @burselph_photography