Sunday Funnies _ Hilgen
Still one of the best gauge clusters made.
I can think of so many other things to do with $1.1 BILLION. What BS are they scheming up to “monazite” the brand. You have to recoup that scratch somehow, right? Oh, to be in those marketing jargon meetings. So, Yeehaw, Did you just buy it to say you have it? Like, “look at all this user data and content publishers I have, it’s like, so dynamic! Eat your heart out Zuckerberg!”
Rufus the CB550 and I visited an ex-consumerism structure today. I’m slowly learning about the people that once inhabited this place.
Stunning 1969 Opel CD concept. Even the ’60s car phone looks great [exterior]
Now that’s design.
The real story of Hanksy.
Join us 5/24 when we open his first West Coast show ever.
Excited to get dirty, clean up, meet new peoples, and be outside this Saturday for the LA River cleanup.
“Kaneda!” Sparks version. Hero Complex Gallery Unreleased 2013
stephieinthestars asked: Hi. I was just curious in what streets I could walk on so I could access the pretty pathway next to the LA river. I am an LA native, but do not live in Atwater Village
Hey there! Thanks for the question - I usually get into the Atwater part of the LA Basin from Fletcher Drive or the little corner by Ferncroft Road / Glendale Blvd where Hyperion goes east over the river. There are a ton of locations to get on the path though. Pretty much any spot north of where I-5 crosses the river has interesting sights, maybe start at Los Feliz blvd for better nature… Hope that helps!
here’s random. or, rather, a random day in dysfunctional l.a.
3 different houses/things.
1-pickfair. i guess that pickfair deserves it’s own update, as it’s a pretty remarkable, monstrous, huge, strangely beautiful, ostentatious, emblematic, storied, oddball house. but, i’ll be honest, i felt kind of creepy and exposed taking pictures of this house as beverly hills residents drove by giving me baleful and withering looks. so i took a couple of pictures and tucked my figurative tail between my figurative legs and escaped the intimidating stares of the scornful beverly hills residents who were scorning me. or so i thought.
maybe they were just looking. scornfully. in any case: i felt like a creepy interloper. which, in fact, i might be. then i took a picture of a:
2- modern house across the street that looked kind of cool. i received fewer nasty looks while doing this. then i found myself in highland park where i took pictures of:
3-these amazing metal dragonflies that make no sense to me but are huge and strange and great.
and i maintain that they’d look really good mounted on the top of pickfair, using their disco ball eyes to stare at the beverly hills residents who were staring at me.
and, an aside, doesn’t ‘pickfair’ kind of sound like the name of a suburban supermarket?
in any case: gigantic pickfair, cute little mid century house across the street from pickfair, and some gigantic metal dragonflies in highland park.
Always on point, Mr. Moby.