In the blog I posted yesterday I said I would post pictures from the Glass House Swap Meet this past weekend. There were about 50 vendors total, 25 of which were handmade.
The list of vendors was as follows: Kid Robot, Obey, Paul Frank, To Die For, MUNKY KING, Japan LA, Dim Mak Collection, Alphacult, Hooligan Skate, Kung Fu Records, London Calling, The Militia Group, Rockett, Soulful Commandoe, Viper Black Clothing, SP Radio 1, Trey Q, Anenberg, The Meltdown Toy Store, Poseur Ink, Krypta Kustoms, Artillary Clothing, Notion Clothing, Loud and Obnoxious, The Illionaires, Gallery Onelove Deluxe!, Abyssal Gems, Amanda K. Lockrow Jewelry, Annie Rexic, Armas, Cutthroat Designs, Every Little Counts, Freshly Baked, Jane Clothing, LA Art Glass, Lean Dog Pottery, Lucky Find Designs, MJPartetc, My Friend Roze, New Socks, Ones and Zeros Fashions, Skull Flower, Spitting Image, Spun By Ver, Susuten, Voz Clothing, Windchime, Zombie Factory
There were about 2,000 people that showed up! Most of them were there for the Kid Robot stuff, but most of them did stick around and check out all of the other vendors too. It was a lot of fun to put this together and I can't wait until March for the next one!
On a completely separate topic, a couple of friends and I went on a bike
ride on Sunday from the HB Pier to The Queen Mary (just about). We couldn't have asked for a better day to go. I have never rode that far North on PCH in the past. Along the way, we found the Long Beach dog park and they had this hilarious crossing sign painted on the ground. It pretty much represents how I feel when I take our dog, Baxter, on a walk so I couldn't help but stop and take a picture. Maybe all of us will get our dogs together soon and take them for a walk on the beach. I wonder how Baxter would do?