Move on over, juicers because there's a new kind of juice shop in town. With the recent acquirement of a charming and rare 1963 Dodge-P-400, San Francisco-based Juice Shop has added an on-wheels outpost to their growing mini empire. The van became to be known as "Narney" since it originally came with a large hand-painted sign with the same name. After some much-needed TLC and retrofitting, Juice Shop enlisted the designers and fabricators over at Chris French Metal, Inc. in Oakland, California to fully makeover the vintage van into a bright juice truck. Maintaining the van's old-school classic curves and lines with new modern aesthetics, the mobile juice shop was able to transform itself into a modern marvel sure to delight all those who come across its sight.
We first documented the ten-month renovation of Los Angeles-based architect Barbara Bestor's 1950s bungalow here, but gather your things and get ready to soak in some sun rays yet again by visiting the beautiful sunny Silver Lake, California home of architect Barbara Bestor. In addition to being behind the lens, photographer Dabito collaborated with Woolly Pocket and Bestor to craft vertical planter wall installations and a huge edible outdoor garden. Both proved to be the perfect fit for the award-winning architect's home—a seamless mix of raw materials with vibrant colors and a natural blend of both the indoors and outdoors.