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    Charlie Edmiston | Artist

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    Artists are the original, quintessential rebels. Stretching across centuries and funneling through different mediums, whether it be music composition, fashion design, painting or sculpture–rebellion is a driving force for creativity….

  • Gary Calamar

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    Gary Calamar uncovered his passion for music during the 60’s British invasion and it has evolved into a full-blown immersion. The man whose voice you’d recognize on Los Angeles’KCRW has…

Charlie Edmiston | Artist

Artists are the original, quintessential rebels. Stretching across centuries and funneling through different mediums, whether it be music composition, fashion design, painting or sculpture–rebellion is a driving force for creativity.

Three Eyewear Trends for 2017

MATERIALS, FIT & FASHION Glasses Styles Come Back ‘Round For 2017 Today eyewear trends are a global phenomenon, driven by eyeglasses brands and influencers in art, fashion and design, with

Eyeglass Refurbish Program

REFRESH YOUR FRAMES When you buy a new pair from us, we’ll include a free tune-up to your current David Kind frames. If you have scratched lenses, or a new

Mia Herron Kantor | PAX Ceramics

Earlier this year, PAX Ceramics launched its debut tableware collection, Breakfast Club, with an embedded mission in mind: more joy, fewer things. But don’t be fooled by founder Mia Herron

Gary Calamar

Gary Calamar uncovered his passion for music during the 60’s British invasion and it has evolved into a full-blown immersion. The man whose voice you’d recognize on Los Angeles’KCRW has

Eyewear Connoisseur | Andrew Weitz

Andrew Weitz stopped by the studio to catch up on a new project we’re working on and to talk eyewear, of course.  He’s a purposeful collector of eyeglass frames — not

Andrew Mcintosh

With over 25 years of playing the violin, it’s safe to say that Andrew Mcintosh has far surpassed Malcom Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule. Yet as any expert in any craft

The Good Liver

A sprawling city of cars, hills and conflicting street grids, Los Angeles hasn’t had the best reputation when it comes to public transportation. However, the recent housing, commercial and metro developments

Gladys Tamez Millinery

For many people, an accessory is much more than a staple, it’s a statement. Just like a pair of shoes or glasses, you can tell a lot about a person by

Phillip Van

Phillip Van does what he loves, and loves what he does. Take a look at the director’s body of work and you can easily see a natural proclivity for perspective, a

FORMERLY YES

When Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer were deciding on a location for the brick and mortar expansion of their online store, Formerly Yes, they made a conscious decision to avoid the

Julia Pott

Animator Julia Pott‘s motley crew of characters can be distinguished by their colorful, quirky and magnetic nature – similarly, this is how we’d describe their creator. It comes as no surprise

Kylle Sebree

How we choose to decorate our homes can be considered a reflection of who we are and what we cherish. Custom furniture maker Kylle Sebree recognizes how intimate and impactful

Art Deco Inspired

Similar to the Art Deco movement itself, the reign of Richfield Tower was a shortlived one (1929-1969). However, its architectural impact is forever etched in Los Angeles history and continues

LAUREN ELDER

Fellow native Angeleno, Lauren Elder, recently invited us into her studio downtown for an early preview as she preps for next month’s group exhibit at the Neutra Museum & Gallery

SUMMER PLAYLIST BY BLACK OPTICAL

If you’ve been following our Instagram, then you know we are big fans of Black Optical. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome them to California. On that note, they

Aleksandra Zee

After years of commuting from San Francisco to her work studio in Oakland, artist Aleksandra Zee has officially said farewell to the city of fog and tech startups and has

Jonathan Entler

Entler Studio’s ceramic work brings a whole new meaning to the possibilities of this often underestimated sculptural medium. Jonathan Entler creates mind bending pieces that seem to defy the notion that they began simply as clay,

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