About this site

Chris is an illustrator and printmaker based in Los Angeles. He's worked as an artist in both feature and television animation and has contributed illustrations to publications and children's books.

Email: chris@christurnham.com

THE ENNIS HOUSE
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Ennis house was built in 1924 in the the hills above Los Feliz. The dwelling is one of four houses designed by Wright in Los Angeles that utilize concrete block construction and is inspired by Mayan architecture. The house has been used in many film productions including the original House on Haunted Hill and most famously in Blade Runner.
Prints are available in my online shop.

THE ENNIS HOUSE

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Ennis house was built in 1924 in the the hills above Los Feliz. The dwelling is one of four houses designed by Wright in Los Angeles that utilize concrete block construction and is inspired by Mayan architecture. 

The house has been used in many film productions including the original House on Haunted Hill and most famously in Blade Runner.

Prints are available in my online shop.

Posted on Thursday, December 19th 2013

THE GRIFFITH OBSERVATORY
- 6-color, hand-pulled screenprint- 24”x 14”- Edition size of 35The Griffith Observatory opened as a museum and tourist attraction in 1935 overlooking the LA basin in the hills of Griffith Park.  A beautiful example of the art deco architecture that was prevalent during that time, the building continues to shine like a bright jewel on the side of the hills above the city. The original limited edition screenprint version of this print has sold out. I’ve made smaller open edition giclee prints available in my online print shop. 

THE GRIFFITH OBSERVATORY

- 6-color, hand-pulled screenprint
- 24”x 14”
- Edition size of 35

The Griffith Observatory opened as a museum and tourist attraction in 1935 overlooking the LA basin in the hills of Griffith Park.  A beautiful example of the art deco architecture that was prevalent during that time, the building continues to shine like a bright jewel on the side of the hills above the city. 

The original limited edition screenprint version of this print has sold out. I’ve made smaller open edition giclee prints available in my online print shop

Posted on Thursday, December 5th 2013