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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,

Bruce Kalman / Knead & Co.

Since 1917 the vendors of Grand Central Market have been feeding the ever-growing and constantly changing population of Downtown Los Angeles. Here, people of all backgrounds and paths of life come

Bend Goods HQ

To kick off the official start of Summer, we paid a visit to our friends at Bend Goods at their HQ in West Hollywood…did we mention they have a pool? Inside and poolside, the

ALINE SMITHSON

Storytelling can easily be considered the oldest art form in existence. Stretching across a vast sea of mediums, stories define who we are, allow expression and bind us together.  In our current digital

Glenn Harrell / Say Cheese

Glenn Harrell has many loves. In fact, he currently has about 150 loves. And those are just the varieties of cheese. The owner of Silver Lake’s Say Cheese has an infectious

Bill Niles / Kronnerburger

If you consider yourself a San Francisco ‘foodie’ (and there are many of you), you’ve probably eaten a meal cooked by chef Bill Niles. For someone who cut their teeth in

Francine Dressler

Fine artist Francine Dressler has been expressing her personal story through creating art since the 1970’s when she emerged into the Los Angeles art scene with her Modigliani-inspired female figures…and

Eric Trine

A self described object-based designer and commercial artist, Eric Trine, is in his own category. There are no hard and fast rules of form over function, or fun over form: his work exudes all simultaneously. There is

Jami Curl / Quin

It is unmistakably clear that Jami Curl has a calling. And that calling, is candy.  Jami, founder of QUIN, has been concocting flavors for decades, first dreaming up ice cream

David Okum / Feltmark

felt • a sensation given by an object or material when touched mark • a level or stage that is considered significant Quietly tucked away in his Lincoln Heights workshop,

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