Our LA showroom was recently featured in The New York Times: 36 Hours in Los Angeles. Check out the full article below to see what other touchstone destinations are worth visiting in Los Angeles.
Home to captivating art, deeply rooted ethnic communities and world-class food, the nation’s second largest city is vivid, soulful and eclectic.
Even if you don’t plan to spend $21,000 on a massive globe of reclaimed steel illuminated with LED lights, $65 on candlesticks made from gears and machine parts, or $2,000 on a mosaic of recycled aluminum cans depicting a ‘57 Chevy, the works on display at the Arts District’s Cleveland Art showroom warrants a stop for its brilliant use of recycled materials.
451 Colyton Street
We have some new reclaimed metals – meaning new designs for our glass, and potentially new lights! Jason was in the shop early for some quiet glassblowing time.
If you haven’t heard – we have a new sconce and pendant design inspired by a little pod found on the beach. Check them out here !
Also, if your an east coaster : we’ll be at Brimfield May 11th – 18th. Come by our booth!
Thanks for supporting American artisans and the handmade movement.
Jason goes to great lengths to acquire amazing industrial salvage
So, Yes, We’re Extreme
We just acquired an authentic 1960’s Jet Board. Seems the heir to Bloomingdale’s Dept. Store got tired of paddling so he commissioned a board with a motor. The working model debuted in 1965.
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November 21, 2012 > Read Original Article