As with many creative ventures in the City of Angels, a Hollywood soundstage — in this case Goya Studios — served as the blank canvas for ArtCubed. In that space a literal “cube” (four walls) was constructed and Ito helped create a dining area inside to host the 56-seat supper club. A long communal table and smaller private tables sit under the glow of pink neon lights and a chandelier. Ito’s colorful paintings, with simple, recognizable images such as hands and birds, hang on the walls and outside the cube, where you’ll also find his whimsical sculptures of swans with neon wings, a large frog and towering candles with neon flames. As in a gallery, everything is for sale.