The neon Giant Robot “GR2” sign out outside the store’s second Sawtelle Street location in Los Angeles.
Painting of some plant life on Crosby Street in SoHo, downtown New York City. Note the brown Jack Spade bag in the foreground.
Black-and-white wheat-pasted photo on Crosby Street in SoHo, in New York City. The image shows football (soccer) players who look like they’re Brazilian footballers from the 1970’s. (Can anyone identify these guys? If so, drop us a line. Thanks!)
B’s wonderfully designed Vanmoof bike parked in an advertising agency office in Los Angeles. We love the branding and logotype on the bicycle frame.
Selft-portrait silhouette of Van Corsa at the Geffen at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) in Los Angeles.
Wheat-paste artwork of a blue one-eyed monster on a wood utility pole on Sunset Blvd. in Silverlake, in Los Angeles.
Artist Robert The’s clever “book guns.”
The wonderful skull lamp in the mezzanine “bedroom” bar at My House, a club in Hollywood, in Los Angeles. There’s another image of the same lamp in the previous post.
We went to an ad agency Xmas party last night at a large club in Hollywood, in Los Angeles. We imbibed a LOT of cocktails. So many in fact that we have little memory of the evening’s drunken craziness. (And what memories we do have are a confused blur.)
Fortunately, we took pictures with our iPhone. A review of the images fills the gap in our memory and leaves us a little surprised, bewildered and amused. Below is a sampling of these images. The skull lamp is awesome. The faux porn-set and shoot was a bit of a shock. The space was beautiful. And many people danced like fools.
Somehow, we ended up in a Thai bar and restaurant on Hollywood Blvd. watching an indie rock band from Thailand perform covers at 1:30 A.M. while noshing on red-curry with vegetables.