March

Sunday, April 3, 2011











Top to Bottom: (1) Downtown view after a rainy day (2) Publicly displayed piece at the Geffen Contemporary building in Little Tokyo by Parisian street artist JR. Work is part of an artwork project entitled The Wrinkles of The City currently being unveiled at various locations around LA and part of MOCA’s upcoming exhibition Art in the Streets (3) Little orchids finally in bloom after months of worrying that they wouldn't (4) Lunch with artist Laure Briard, I wrote about her a few years ago *HERE* and I had the amazing privilege of meeting her for the first time this last month. We ate at Shabu Shabu in Little Tokyo where we had to cook our meal in a pot of boiling water... Fun! (5) Cute graffiti spotted on a broken and boarded up window on the way home last week (6) The first spotting of summer fruit at our favorite farmers market (7) Little Buddha found at the Plum Blossom shop in Chinatown. Isn't he adorable? (8) Sleeping hamster photo taken at a pet shop a few weeks ago when I went to buy fat George his food (9) American Apparel factory and their show of solidarity toward immigrants and their plight.

Wishes for a lovely new month mis amores!

21 comments:

Galit said...

These are beautiful as always Gabbie!!!
Missed your photographed posts!!!
This laughing buddha can brighten up the most cloudy day!

Have a great week mi amigo!

Same Length Pinkies said...

the raspberries look extremely inviting.

TERI REES WANG said...

Shabu-Shabu...and stumbling upon some random panda street art...now, that is something special. Swoosh-Swoosh.

Cheers!

Diana said...

I just re-read Weetzie Bat on vacation and thought of you. So lucky you live in LA. <3

aDeLiNe said...

Your photos are true gems! I don't know where to start, I love all of them!
xxx

Eva said...

fun photos! love the sky in the first one :)

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Gabbi said...

Thank you girls! I'm such a flake when it comes to blogging that whenever I post something I doubt that anyone will bother stopping by much less commenting... hope you know how much hearing from you matters to me. Diana... I don't live in Los Angeles. I was born and grew up there, but then like 3 years ago we moved to a nearby city. I still work there though and spend the biggest chunk of my day there (mon-fri). By the time I get to the city I actually do live in the sun's usually gone down. Thank you again girls! Lots of love and catching up on my reading very soon... ♡

aiz kim said...

I missed seeing your photos, really!!! Am glad you're back. and gaahhh....shabu shabu, i want one now!

kirst said...

lovely pictures, brightened my day
xo

yiqin; said...

the effect of the photos are so pretty :)

Demüre said...

i love these images!!
that Buddha is precious!!

Teddi said...

Just stumbled upon your blog accidentally and I love your pictures and the things you say! George is very handsome. I think we have quite a bit in common. :-)

dEsoRdeN said...

Tus fotos sí que son lovely, mi amor!! :)

emma wallace said...

Oh no! Now I'm totally craving shabu shabu!

sealaura said...

Hola Gabbi! What a sweet post you have here, your pictures are always so delightful. Love everything, especially the hamster. hope George is not getting too fat!

buyaionaccounts said...

I'm loving the cute graffiti on that photo, I even sketched that to my hearts content. Even the cute hamster makes me chuckle, so adorable. Eating at Shabu-Shabu is really fun, the exciting part is cooking and making mess for me though, such a messy eater sorry.

Victoria said...

Lovely photos I love all of them, but my favourite is the photo of the eye. Thanks for sharing you have a lovely blog. x

annie markantonatou said...

pretty pics!

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Brandi said...

All theses images are so wonderful. The lil Buddha is so adorable an I feel like I can smell the raspberries :) Looks like you had a wonderful March ... hope April is going well :)

Sam said...

Lovely set of photos - the hamster is particularly lovely! I'm such a tragic furr head!!! :0) Hope you're well (and George too of course!), XOXO's

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