Another reason to love bi-coastal fashion designer, Geren Ford?
Petaluma may be my favorite small town for vintage and antique shopping. But the sport is never more fun than around the holidays. This weekend, in addition to the Holiday Crafterino event on Sunday, the tiny town will host The Harvest Barn Estate Collective. It's a big monthly event that benefits a local private school, but even if you are more Grinch than civic-minded, you'll find plenty to explore.
Hand thrown with explosive, experimental glazes, Adam Silverman's newest collection perfectly epitomizes the ceramist's ancient-meets-modern aesthetic. The current studio director of Heath Ceramics unveils his new body of work after an eventful fall season.
If you've been holding your breath for the release of the fouth installment of The Twilight Saga (yep--it opens today), then we've got something you're going to want to see. That's right: you may not be able to climb into bed with Bella or Edward, but now at least you can climb into bed like Bella and Edward.
Strip malls in South L.A. may not be the first place you think of when it comes to art, but for artist Ana Serrano, they're the inspiration for her nearly life-sized cardboard models on display in Houston. Her current installation, Salon of Beauty, at the Rice Gallery is a recreation of elements of South Los Angeles she photographed to build her models.
There are two things I've recently promised myself I would do more of: read things that inspire me and aren't the newspaper and go to Oakland.
Everyone has a vision of authentic. The only problem is that a few decades later, their "authentic" becomes inseparable from its own time.
After the happy ending for Neutra's Kronish House in Beverly Hills, which was threatened with a teardown and is now (hopefully) on the road towards restoration, it seems the market is flooded with a few Neutras for sale. Neutra's 1955 Staller House in Bel Air, owned by producer Gary Levinsohn remains on the market since the summer, despite a price reduction in October.
Taking inspiration from the woodlands, these new accents help to bring the outside in.
From zebras to kittens, LA photographer Sharon Montrose captures the innocence and playfulness behind both domestic and exotic animals in this stunning print series. Baby Bob-Cat Close up Baby Porcupine Baby White Tiger No. 2 Eagle Owl No. 3 and Eagle Owl No.