The Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the opening of, The Allee Willis Museum Of Kitsch (Allee's Legendary Landfill of Esthetic Essentials With Intrinsic Life Lessons In Soul).

As many of you know, I have one of the largest and most documented collections of Kitsch artifacts in the world. I've always used these in my work, whether as part of a set, design or art piece or tapping on something and using it as a percussion instrument.

You also probably know that I love to throw parties. I’ve always been acutely aware of the effect the environments I create, filled with the objects I collect, have on my guests, loosening them up for optimum partying pleasure!

Now I'm going for that same effect online at, a budding social network fueled by an ever growing, mind expanding panoply of stuff from my own private collection as well as prized kitsch treasures submitted by like-minded "aKitschionados" from around the globe. And just like at my parties, these images can trigger some really great conversations.

There’s also my 'What Is Kitsch? short film festival', press and video and photos from The Allee Willis Museum Of Kitsch opening parties, where members of Earth Wind & Fire backed up anyone who wanted to sing "September" or "Boogie Wonderland" (which, as most of you know, I co-wrote).

So grab your camera and take a photo of your favorite object of Kitsch (be it a cherished coffee cup, your cat dressed up for Halloween, or that new Snuggie you've been wrapped in watching Dancing With The Stars) and put it on Or just go and check out the conversations going on in the Kitschenette wing of the Museum inspired by these nostalgic and oftentimes nutty objects.

I hate following technical directions or, worse yet, attempting to figure out how to do anything on a website. I slaved over this interface to make it SO incredibly EASY your goldfish could get around so come on down!

And, oh yeah, if you’re on Facebook, please join the Allee Willis Museum Of Kitsch fan page.

Hope you enjoy your trip to the Museum!

Thank you from the bottom of my kitschy heart,
Allee Willis
Allee Willis