HELL.A.

HELL.A.





Ahhh, Los Angeles.... It's the city of The Angels, alright!

But in Heaven or Hell?                                

Who can say?

Well, let's see....

I know that each of these fine establishments I care to share with you all make me do one (or more) of the following:

Smile, Spend, Dance, Laugh, Thrust my Bosom Forward, Giggle, Blush <I know, I didn't think that was possible>, Rub my Tummy, Ponder, Muse, Feel all Inspired, Become Aroused...

Need I Say More?

So, again, Heaven or Hell?

I have no definitive answer, but I DO know that L.A. hurts me sooo gooood. ;)



      
      
        SANDRA LONDON'S FAVORITE FINDS IN L.A.



ART

Altered Space Gallery 

-Features artists and designer/makers who work in a studio setting, creating exceptional works in design, artistry, and craftsmanship.

BadAss Batik
-Textile and Batik Artist, Kim Jacobi

Downtown Art Walk  
-"A free, self-guided public art phenomenon, bringing together art lovers and community friends to the ever -evolving Downtown Los Angeles."

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
-"With over 100,000 objects dating from ancient times to the present, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the western United States."

Mark Moore Gallery  
-A Culver City based art gallery, featuring the works of several artists, photographers, and videographers

Santa Monica Auctions  
-At Bergamot Station Arts Center, L.A.'s " independently owned and operated Fine Art Auction House for over twenty years "(est. 1984).

BEAUTY

Spa Week Blog 

-Spa Week "brings the spa experience to the masses by offering full service treatments, normally costing hundreds of dollars, for just $50 each. The Spa Week blog serves up life's little luxuries for you to enjoy eac and every day."


FASHION

BlackRose (U.K.)

-"Europe's most well-known alternative clothing store offering music-based fashions and accessories for gothic, punk, fetish, rock 'n roll, and alternative streetwear worldwide."

Bohemian Exchange 

-Abbot Kinney-based fashion treasure chest, with unique and classic vintage wear for women.


Cat Eye Spectacles

-Opticians dedicated to providing the best quality vintage and contemporary eyewear, crafted by designers in workshops around the world.

Wasteland 

-An "all-around den of radness" with stores based in LA, SF, Santa Monica, Studio City, and online.



FOOD

Bristol Farms  An upscale, health-conscious grocery store chain founded in 1982 in Rolling Hills, CA with fourteen locations throughout California.



FURNITURE/HOME DESIGN


Brasa Fire
1648 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice CA 90721
matthew@brasafire.com Matthew Schildkret
p: 415.846.4932             f: 310.460.7501


Dramatique
319 West 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731

Rehab Vintage

- Features unique vintage steel office furniture, industrial lighting, and reclaimed wood and stone accessories for home and office.


Tumbleweed and Dandelion

- American-made interior design products, with most designs crafted in Downtown Los Angeles.



GIFTS

French Florist

- The French Florist on Melrose (and online) is the Los Angeles flower and gift delivery choice for the entertainment industry and stars since 1978.


GLAMOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

Glamour Photos

- Website of Glamour Photographer, J. Rettie

IsaPhotos.com

-Website of French Photographer, Isabelle Ruen.

Pacific Pro Digital

-Website of Photographer, Glenn Francis

Scorching Images

-Online portfolio of photo/videographer, Dave Michaels




MAGAZINES



LA Canvas Magazine

-"An independent source of culture chronicling the people, places, and happenings of Los Angeles."

LA Weekly 
" Since 1978, LA Weekly has been decoding Los Angeles for its readers, infiltrating its subcultures, observing and analyzing its shifting rhythms, digging up its unreported stories and confronting the city's political leaders."


TRANSPORT

Linus Bike

1413 1/2 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291
jaron@linusbike.com Jaron Danioth
T: 1.310.857.7777      F: 1.310.857.7746

WHAT'S HAPPENIN'



Abbot Kinney Online

-An online guide to "the coolest block in America."

L.A. Weekly 

-"Since 1978, LA Weekly has been decoding LA for its readers, infiltrating its subcultures, observing and analyzing its shifting rhythms, digging up its unreported stories, and confronting the city's political leaders."



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