Behind the scenes GLCO Badlands

By garrett

Some of you who have been following the brand since the beginning might remember that I used to personally update our blog regularly with tales of our life in Los Angeles. I'm not here to make excuses on why I haven't kept you in the loop over the past two years, I'm just here to say I'm back with my visual sidekick Helen Nishimura.

Together we hope to take you through the interesting journey of GLCO. Where we go, what we do, what we love, and even some things we don't love. Lets not waste any time and get right to it.

Here are some behind the scenes images from our shoot in Joshua Tree this month for the GLCO Badlands inspired film shot by Ron Moon with photography by Noah Jashinski. We had a blast despite the 110 degrees of heat outside, we survived!

A dip before Pioneer Town...

Truly the most psychedelic art exhibit I've ever seen. Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Art Museum  The craziest part is thinking to myself that right now this exhibit is just sitting out there in the middle of the desert, probably no one around it for miles. Except for the one guy that asked us not to park near his house.

Everyone still connected. We are too 21st century!

I can't help but think of this track from the opening scene from Big Lebowski. 

Noah Jashinski absolutely nailed it on the photography. Results are phenomenal.

The girls, Ari Bonana and Kikialamode. Ironically they go together like a chocolate fudge sundae.


I wish we had this car for longer...

Crazy about this image. Priceless.


More from Noah Purifoy...


Special Thanks to the crew from left Helen, Caroline Vreeland, Cameron Kilpsten, Alex Long, me, Ron Moon, Mark Gainor, Kristen Casillas. (not pictured Elena Doukas, Noah Jashinski, & Arianna Margulis)

From here on out: GL on the Copy & Nishi on the lens. And maybe sometimes vice versa.