“Allee Willis’ Wonderland O’ Kitsch – East San Fernando Valley, CA. Part 2″ VIDEO


In part 2 I take you on a tour of even more grand and kitschifyingly wonderful monuments of aesthetic in my beloved east San Fernando Valley just outside of Hollywood. This time eye-popping wonders include giant golf balls, plaster families, official city art that says I don’t know what about the city, nipping happy faces, Russian onion domes, ancient Italy, unnatural rock, glittery hemp, an airborne 59 Corvette,  Amelia Earhart and a misplaced giant Emmy.

If you haven’t seen Part 1 with the spewing volcanoes, frog families and shoe cars go here now.

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  • dorothea tortilla says:

    Holy Mackeral! Cement people and Amelia surrounded by sharks…how can you stand it being surrounded by such great kitsch???
    Portland Oregon has a giant revolving loaf of bread and revolving milk carton…and hey, the Velveteria from there was supposed to move to …Hollywood. You would LOVE it Allee–a museum DEVOTED to paintings on black velvet…hope it’s up and running by now…let us know!!!!

  • Allee says:

    I would love to see photos of the revolving bread and milk carton as well as all the other great kitsch in Portland in the real deal Allee Willis Museum Of Kitsch at AWMoK.com. Direct link to upload is http://www.alleewillis.com/awmok/kitschenette/how-to-submit/ Some of my favorite submissions are when people capture things in their towns and I know Portland abounds.

  • Allee says:

    Thanks! More to come soooon.

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