Private chef and lamb-hacking pro Alia Zaine prepares food with the same finite consideration she hand picks it with, pairing passion with the local taste and focused approach of those harvesting her fresh ingredients.
Artist, friend and amadeus-collaborator, Teresa Flowers, was there to capture the ceaseless day, snapping live sets, friendly faces and the funky fest's locale. Take a look at LOLIPALOOZA 2015 through Teresa Flowers' lens.
With plenty of magazines on hand, and fantastic artwork from the likes of photographer Teresa Flowers, illustrator Hannah Stouffer, Harley Jones, Stone Larkin, and Jennifer Korsen, the art-fueled release party proved an overwhelming success; guests buzzing with inspiration, as they moved to the funky vinyl tunes from Pres, fresh tacos in hand.
We just can't stop cranking out these magazines and we want you all to come celebrate the release of issue 05! So mark it down friends...we're honored to have such a diverse range of talent in Amadeus' upcoming issue 05.
Pretty pinks, Yoshi-like greens, flipped cars, shop-lifting Big Bird, and Sailor Moon. Just a few of Harley Jones' favorite things, and some of the colorful characters that inhabited the walls of Stone Malone Gallery during his debut US solo show, Heavy Soda Rocks.
Lolipop Records remains a prominent influence among the LA music scene, maintaining a truly original and eccentric persona while continuing to promote the beauty and originality of musical collaboration through a true “labor of love.”
Between her homeland of Canada and the warmth that is California, Tallulah Fontaine creates on a reflective level, steadying nature, reality and the precarious. In delicate liquid-spread watercolors and dark, bold linage, life's tangles collapse, clearing room for the appreciation of existence.
Julian Porte of Levitation Room talks about the evolution of the Los Angeles music scene and the ever-supportive backing of two of Los Angeles' most hardworking indie labels, Burger Records and Lolipop Records.
The confined chaos within Carter Quick's images and short videos hits you instantly, as though the vibrant disorder within each shot is actively trying to push its way through the edges of the photograph.