Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Our little shop - Unique LA

We are just beginning to catch up from the wonderful whirlwind that was this weekend's Unique LA. Thought I'd share some photos of our little shop. If you ever have an opportunity to visit our new woodshop & showroom it'll pretty much look like this, only different.

Among the highlights of this year's Unique LA:

Josh's LP Room Divider sparked many colorful conversations...

Large prints of "Sunlight and Yellow" and "Pie Shop" in custom Able + Baker frames, and dozens of other photographs, found themselves a new home. This new photograph from Palm Springs was purchased by a darling pair of newlyweds who just recently got married in Palm Springs. Makes me happy.

We sold our entire stock of "Modern Library Storage Bins," which I hadn't even had a chance to introduce you to...! Josh will soon be busy in the wood shop making a new batch.

We had an array of Rocket Scientist, Organic Cotton, and Recycled Hemp pillows to keep things feeling cozy...

We introduced L.A. to the illustrations of Madalynn Priester, and her new "Sweet Tunes" print

and also to Carrie Goller's work from watercolor...
And guess what? L.A. seemed to love their work as much as we do.

We had fun sharing the new Able And Baker "4 Aces" Record Frame, and our new wood-ply custom picture frames (which aren't on our website yet...)

Perhaps more than anything, we enjoyed all of the people who visited our booth. We loved answering your questions and hearing your stories. Many people who purchased my photographs at last year's Unique LA dropped by to say 'hi' and to see our new work, which was such a fun surprise. Unique LA is the only art & design show that we have participated in, and I've got to say, it's probably a tough one to beat.

Oh, and the cherry on top? Well that's got to be the fact that I had the opportunity to meet the lovely Tina of The English Muse. She's an absolute delight!

I hope you're all having a nice week. If you're traveling along the internet today, you might enjoy checking out the wares of a few of our Unique LA neighbors:

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