I start the day with a full, tidy wallet, and end with it empty – it’s possessions scattered throughout my pockets. I have just purchased a new wallet, which eliminates the problem of coins and excess ‘stuff’ due to its simplicity. Slim Timber provide unique, hard wearing wallets out of a single piece of wood. I chose the Walnut grain, and as well as being less likely to cave in whilst in my back pocket, they look more than awesome.
This blog is full of nostalgia as I grew up in the 90s and loved so many of these films. I admire the author’s dedication to the cause, as he challenges himself to find ‘the most ‘90’s film of all time’. His views and commentary are humorous as he thoroughly dissects these films. It’s great to reminisce about this era of movie making, and at the same time, it’s scary to see how dated things have become!
Situated at Venice and La Cienega, Venice 6114 is a hidden gem amongst Culver City’s more established galleries. Run by Sergio Bromberg, the gallery shuns the traditional white cube space adopted by its neighbors. Instead it uses the locale, which still retains the facade and feel of the mechanics garage it once was, as a shell to transform into whatever environment is necessary for the featured artist. Bromberg doesn’t simply put on exhibitions – he puts on events.
As a taxidermy addict, I have become mildly obsessed with Atomically Incorrect Creatures. The funky hand stitched sculptures of unique hybrid creatures are the brainchild of Los Angeles-based artist Bree Y. The faux taxidermy resemble decapitated children’s cuddly toys mounted on walls, which will appeal to anybody with a sense of humor.
Created through a passion for film, art and illustration, The Exiled Elite provide pencil drawn alternative movie posters of cult and classic films relevant in pop culture. The design and composition are influenced by the films’ characters and themes, and draw inspiration from the movies’ color palette and imagery.