A yearlong investigation of literal, imagined, and metaphorical cities.
Cities of Days begins by investigating literal cities and the structures surrounding us. Informed by City of Quartz (Mike Davis), we situate the current city as a location of its past. Here are disparate materials coalescing into form, here is a polyglot city of prototypes and experimentation, here is LA as amalgamation. In the first three months of our year-long arc, we consider this nexus of ideas through words, objects, art, and programming.
This season, the shop acts a waystation in an exploration of journeys. Falling Days draws inspiration from The Conference of the Birds, an epic 12th century poem that takes the reader through sequential valleys of existence. Over the next few months, we will explore three valleys, starting with Quest, moving into Community, and ending with Amazement & Death.
Advanced Sunrise // Alexis Wade // And/Or // Bornn Enamelware // Charles Mathis // Clay Hickson // Daywear of California // Designers on Holiday // Desiree Klein // Eli's Bees // Fa.so.la.ti // Fell Knives // Foad Dizadji-Bahmani // Formina // General Sisters // Hayden Dunham // Hiking Club LA // House of 950 // Jean Guo // Jesse Hammer // Jujumade // Kaarem // Kate O'Connor // Kelly Cline // Last Chance Textiles // Lisa Cole // Lovelyskybed // Madea Medusa // Male Glaze // Matter and Ghost // Megan Whitmarsh // Meital Yaniv // Michelle Tea // Mikael Kennedy // Mom // Nffich // Nick Rodriguez // Nobrow Press // Paige Cheyne // Paige Martin Designs // Pangea Outdoor Supply // Popglory // Seeing Trails // Studio Astele // Sword and Fern // Tamara Llosa-Sandor // Tanya Rubbak // Tan & Loose Press // Wax Apple // Welcome Companions // Zizia Botanicals
This playful iteration of Days is all about double meanings, games, the unnatural, sweat on skin, a hint of nostalgia—summer on the Adriatic. And we are proud to present Days’ Ping Pong Parlor!
Abby Walton // puzzles, Art Papers // special swimming pool issue, Avalon Murray // pattern paintings, Bob Dornberger // brick brushes and bite rocks, Boym Editions // meta-souvenirs, Buena Vista // bateau tops, Bullhorn Press // summer days posters, Calle del Mar // hand loomed clothes, Confetti System // flower branches, Desiree Klein // apparel, Everybody.world // summer color trash tees, Foad Dizadji-Bahmani // store design, ice cream, and béton brut chess set, Fredericks and Mae // summer games, Formina // summer days edition jewelry, Girls at Library // food to fiction series partner, Johanna Breiding // art objects, Kae Whalen // “plants”, Kelly Cline // window intervention, Laura Stinger // summer days edition ceramics, Lazy Mom // postcards, Lenae Day // day magazines and daywear, Lisa Cole // food to fiction vegan chef, Machine // limited edition swimwear, Megan Whitmarsh // beachcomber “trash”, Michelle Tea // modern tarot, Muzik // sunglasses, Nancy Stella Sotto // hand-painted clothes, Nicole Wilson // ready-to-wear and custom shirts, Norma Studio // pools, Ouli // spiral racks, Pali Swim // swimwear and hooded towels, Pari Desai // market tote and clothes, Pilar Gallego // garramone knock-offs, Rudas // idlewear, Seth Bogart // ceramics, Small Things // handmade sculptures as jewelry, Solid State Studios // summer days basketweave slides, Stealer // sunglasses, Tamara Llosa-Sandor // summer days video vignettes, Tanya Rubbak // summer days t-shirts and days graphics, Truss // handwoven bags, Wacky Wacko // garbs
Days asks, how can we celebrate what’s good and magical while staying engaged in care and active in serious matters? Vernal Days explores this question through a series of events and collections manifesting plants, words, and nourishment.
A COLLECTION OF / Abby Walton / Advanced Sunrise / ALBUM / Alex Reed / Artemisia, A Worker-Owned Cooperative Nursery / Bullhorn Press / Cartouche Studios / DESIREEKLEIN / Earth Sign Ceramics / EVERYBODY / Foad Dizadji-Bahmani / Formina / Glyph Design / House of 950 / jujumade / laub / Lili Arnold / NORA / Norma Studio / Rudas / Samantha Roth / SMALL THINGS / Soyoung Shin / Sun Song / Tanya Rubbak / Tamara Llosa-Sandor
Days partners with fa.so.la.ti, a seasonal, small-run collective offering tastefully curated selections of one-of-a-kind objects brought back from the places in the world that inspire them most. The 5 day pop-up features Southern Mexico.
This is a holding space, a place to create, to join others, to drink tea blended specifically to help us open and connect. I hope by offering a platform for diversity, I can make space for and help people’s new creative visions manifest, offering a place of support and nurturing. The space is selling work by people who have limited representation at other stores.