It's unusually cold here in Malibu - most of the day it was around 65 degrees ( global warming my a*s! ). So I was dreaming about fall today and decided to look up one of my fave DIY projects by Bleach Black.
That's me, and the man known ( legally ) as Rock Star. He brought with him the new addition to Revolution Malibu - The swarovski studded Paul Stanley Apocolypse guitar the Kiss band member played in 2000. This baby is for sale ( not the guy, but the guitar ) - it'll set you back $10,000 - a steal if you ask me!
Our new location at the Trancas Country Mart is finally coming together... In case you are wondering why we moved, it was constantly wet in our space - not from customers who came in from the beach - from leaky pipes. Nonetheless, we are given a new start... Ten months after the first start. The new look in our store is dedicated to the past - and to the history of this space. It used to be called "The Borderline" and this particular area was the bar where the likes of Eddie Van Halen and Bob Dylan used to have jam sessions. So loud it cracked the mirrors on the wall ( or so we would like to think - and have a few made ourselves ).
Here is the front reception area. The reception desk is from the old bar. We decided to keep it and paint it black.
The "lounge" area we created.
Displays of our shredded t's.
Cute and beachy...
and more dispalys...
More pics to come as we finish our jewelry case and the workshop space.
Revolution Malibu evolved from the vision of one local designer into a community of artists collaborating for one great cause. The mission of Revolution Malibu is to create awareness through example by creating sustainable jewelry, clothing, and home accessories made from recycled, eco friendly materials, as well as showcase the work of local artists.