This Areaware Bookshelf by Harry Allen (cast from actual books in 100% plastic resin) adds just the right amount of surrealist storage to our little loo. It's perfectly proportioned for a Tivoli radio and a pot of Layrite pomade. The beautiful painting is one of my mom's modern creations circa 1973, but I think the colors and style are so 2009.
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Reality Products by Harry Allen Check out the entire collection at Areaware, purveyors of progressive accoutrements for the rural and urban modernist.
Layrite Pomade It holds like a wax, but washes out like a gel. It was originally developed to replace the wax that greasers would use in the So-Cal Rockabilly scene. For pomps, DA’s, flat tops, spiking, parting, or whatever your hairstyle may be. Check out their signature pompadours.
Tivoli Audio Modern radios with analog style.