The Bulldog Café 24x36” print  ($80 CAD)
This slightly overwhelmed-looking cutie is modelled after the Bulldog Café that once stood at 1153 West Washington Boulevard in Los Angeles from 1928-1966. He’s not to be confused with the Pup Café (in Venice, also demolished) or the 2:3 scale reproduction of the Bulldog Café that lives in North Hollywood at the Idle Hour (which seems amazing and is a place I’d love to visit). He’s novelty architecture at its best. He’s wall art ready for your kitchen. He’s in need of your love. Dimensions include a 1.5" margin. Printed in an open edition, signed and dated on reverse.