I'm beyond jazzed to announce the grand opening of Wombleton Records (located in L.A.'s Highland Park), for which our letterpress and design co., Thunderwing Press, proudly designed all the signage and printed ephemera, featuring a logo of an olde English carriage (outfitted with LPs as wheels, of course), and a gilded "W" for the front entrance. Click here to see pics of the glitzy 'biz cards we designed for the shoppe.
Wombleton's friendly proprietors, Jade (on the left, below) and Ian (on the right), are dear ol' friends, who also happen to have wickedly stellar taste in music, not to mention decor (have you ever seen a more gorgeous record store in your life?). Their shoppe offers a keenly curated selection of vinyl, collected during Ian's trips abroad, and Jade will soon be offering rare books on art, culture and design. So if visiting, or residing in L.A., and if in ownership of a turntable, get your bum in your buggy and gallop on down!
Below: Stylist Kimme Aaberg glamming around in Wombleton's Victorian sitting area.
We're so proud to have taken part in the creation of this hamonious haven. Congrats, Wombles! Save some 10CC LPs and rare Noosha Fox 7"s for us!
Beautiful photos: Lizzie Brandt