Ian McDonald, bay area wizard at Play Mountain Tokyo-finishes 3rd July!
I finally made it here after living off In-N-Out in Burbank during work stints, this place is weird, awesome and probably good for you, thanks Kathy :-@
ps-my other favorite Burbank bite here.
Ron Artest files to change his name to Metta World Peace, details here.
~other awesome things Ron has done of late
>auctioned off his championship ring to raise awareness of mental health issues-here
>gotten intimate with crazy animals as part of a Jimi Kimmel prank-here
>Native American pot...not sure from where, I like the applied lines and scale of this one.
>Early Navajo cuff, circa 1900, ingot silver with crude bezels/stones, I WILL say cosmic.
*I finally buckled and got this from Harold (sadly his last time selling at the Bowl)
**Well Your'e doing the right thing son, buying into the early stuff
>Cochiti Pueblo, fish 1950's, this thing is so perfectly weird, found at LBC~more.
> Navajo cuff, 1920's, 30's, ingot silver/turquoise, wonky, wizardy, right on.
Jeff Mangum, announces tour dates!
*for those of you/us who have been listening to that same crunchy boot from the Madison show from the late 90's as a way to expand on the Neutral Milk diet, perhaps something will surface out of this resurfacing.
>Nice find-Japanese buyer with a JACK'S of Huntington Beach single fin Paipo (will it ever see the ocean again?)
>this guy got these beautiful Altec Lansing speakers, custom slate top/walnut and then a pair of old JBL's further down the aisle
>the best tag i've seen for a while
>Jungle Shorts! our friend Kathy planted this word in my head the night before the bowl, and there they were- a small litter of them...the big E's on top came home for the legs of the house, still cracking the Levi's Davinci code-hidden rivets + selvedge inside coin pocket.
Beautiful group of Salish or Lilooet baskets, British Columbia....the round one's could be Nootka and appear not as old as the large storage baskets. So I've been chasing these over a month at 3 different flea's, the seller finally putting them back out again at PCC last weekend~they are so perfect in form and design, the rectangular ones especially with the rudimentary imbricated patterns...great lucky group.
*crazy collection/archive on ebay here.
Labels: native american
~cleverdicks iphone edit.
1-Roy McMakin's holy laundry upper cabinet in the oldest house in beverly hills
2-Freddy Nilsen's~Pot's plumbing/home depot record storage solution- Brewery, circa 98?.
3-House of Hardwoods-wooden glides.
4-In house public trail repairs (boro bridge)~it's pale but it is redwood.