Meet Azul. Formerly known as Ken, Azul legally changed his name back in 2002 when he began performing public contortionist acts on 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica. After nearly a decade of successful shows, one night he got a cramp while shoved into a 9x9 box and had to be air-lifted by a medevac team to UCLA Medical Center where unsalted butter was used to remove his stiffened body from the box. Upon doctors orders, Azul had to give up the life he knew. Spiraling downwards, he hit his lowest point as the personal assistant to Brett Butler. After being fired for refusing to say to Brett, "You are my master and lord," Azul fled to the safety of The Grove where he rode the mall trolley for six weeks until he realized he hadn't eaten anything in that time. Emaciated, Azul barreled through the Farmer's Market and made a final stop for a scoop of ice cream. It was here that his lightbulb went off. And now, Azul is the creator and curator of the Museum of Ice Cream, Part 2. Not the main one. The one that exists in his carport in Cypress Park, which he transforms every morning into a color cooler of edible creams. It is open daily from 5-7am before the heat sets in. Azul would like you to know he is looking to connekt with a man who can keep up with his lifestyle. He loves incense and anything to do with the mid-2000s Bravo reality series, Blow Out. If anyone has a direct connection to Jonathan Antin, please notify Azul. Azul is looking to settle down in an actual apartment, so if you are at a point in your life where you want a long term commitment, Azul is now a real solid and stable guy. Last thing, he waxes everything. If interested, private message with your favorite shade of Azul. It turns him on. If you see him in public, approach him as gentle as the wind and speak only in long breaths. He wishes everyone a happy Friday.