Some people are working this Good Friday, while others won’t be (and are probably going to have a Great Friday).
For those of us who WILL be working, it’s good to have a list of shops open. Some people will be open for half days (leaving after lunch) so we have split up the list into two with partials closing around lunchtime.
For a longer list of prop houses on Debbies Book, you can check it out here:
I hope everyone has a good weekend, whenever that may start!
We don’t like having to work on holidays, especially national ones, but it is completely unavoidable sometimes. That’s why it’s helpful to have a list of stops you can call when everyone seems closed.
Here is a list of many of the prop houses open this coming President’s Day, February 20:
Stay dry out there, and have a good weekend!
Hollywood Cinema Arts has a ginormous selection of cleared art (paintings, prints, photos, posters) as well as props (musical instruments, figurines, taxidermy, trophies) and jewelry (brooches, pocket & wrist watches, rings, bracelets, and more).
The over 55,000-piece inventory spans many eras and styles, so finding Victorian tchotchkes for one project and a velvet painting of Tina Turner in a single trip. And since you’re heading over there, don’t forget that Hollywood Cinema Arts also does custom framing!
Hollywood Cinema Arts has a HUGE selection of cleared art. In fact, they lay claim to being the largest motion picture art gallery in the world. Paintings, prints, photos, posters and more ― there’s so much to choose from, you’re certain to find the artwork your project needs.
When Hollywood Cinema Arts first opened in 1988, it was located in the heart of Tinseltown. But with success came the need for more space, and the company moved to its current location of Webb Ave. in North Hollywood. Now, with new owners, Hollywood Cinema Arts has a fresh look and a revamped website where you can view collections of framed art, props (musical instruments, figurines, taxidermy, trophies, etc.) and jewelry (brooches, pocket & wrist watches, rings, bracelets, etc.)
The varied inventory spans many eras and styles, so finding Victorian tchotchkes for one project and a velvet painting of Tina Turner for another is easily done in one trip.Website: www.hcarts.com Hollywood Cinema Arts