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Dual glazed bowls

We’re doing a small run of these wonderful dual glazed bowls (canisters, too). It’s a collaboration with Commune – more information when we finish up the designs…

Christina’s new kitchen

Christina Zamora is Heath’s main designer, and makes really cool stuff happen at Heath. I LOVE the new kitchen she has created. She figured out a way to screen print on Heath’s used… Continue reading

Sneak peek to Akio Nukaga’s opening tonight in LA

Akio arrived in LA yesterday (his first time out of Japan), he threw some pots in Adam’s studio and exlained his work to the staff in LA. We’re excited for the opening tonight… Continue reading

FreeCity Natural History Museum

I’d seen Free City clothing at Ron Herman a few years ago, and I have to say, I didn’t really get it. The colors were nice, interesting graphics and I noticed that the… Continue reading

Akio Nukaga opening Sept. 12th 2009

Take a sneak peak at some of Akio’s work that will be in the show and available for sale. If you haven’t read the write up on the connection to Akio in our… Continue reading

Ottinger @ Johansson

My friend Maria turned me on to a wonderful show full of Jennie Ottinger’s artwork at Johansson Project in Oakland. There’s an opening reception this Friday from 4-9pm. Jennie (in that lovely green… Continue reading

Ironing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

At Heath LA Thrurdsay night… Inspired by our host Charles Pheonix, we made grilled cheese sandwiches by ironing them, also accompanying them was canned budwiser, nilla wafers. Not the typical small local quality… Continue reading

Film Night – The Cool School: Story of the Ferus Art Gallery

THE COOL SCHOOL is an abject lesson in how to build an art scene from scratch and what to avoid in the process. The film focuses on the seminal Ferus Gallery, which groomed… Continue reading

We’re so embarrassed

Heath was on a list published today by the EPA of 7 companies in California that had to pay fines. Every two years we have to file with the EPA and unfortunately we… Continue reading