Denny’s Adventures In Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” – part 6 (May 2012)

Submitted by denny January 9th, 2013
Certifikitsch Winner

Welcome back to my series of postings showcasing kitsch that I discover in snooping around Willis Wonderland…….

I am the proud, new owner of “Too Much Wah Wah”, 4×6, this is a Bubbles the Artist original.  I could not be more pleased.  I had no idea that this was one of Bubbles biggest selling works of art.  I will be posting another picture once “Too Much Wah Wah” is permanently displayed on one of my walls.  We love Bubbles!

3 Responses to “Denny’s Adventures In Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” – part 6 (May 2012)”

  1. Allee Willis

    Yes, Bubbles has sold over 30 renditions of Mr. Wah Wah, some as tiny as this one and then going all the way up to 4 x5 feet tall. One of the latter is owned by Mark Shaiman, co-author of things like the Hairspray musical and Smash or whatever that big TV show is about the girl in a Broadway musical becoming a big star. Mr. Wah Wah greets people when they walk into Mark’s recording studio.

    For Bubbles’ complete oeuvre:

    The Riverside Market sign has been in my backyard for at least 20 years. In the late 80’s I had an art studio in one of the rooms at the historical landmark market bearing its name. Historical monument or not, the wrecking ball hit it and I inherited the neon. It’s the oldest neon in the San Fernando Valley and it’s preserved here at Willis Wonderland.