Fresh: Hip Hop Don’t Stop

A legendary book from 1985 by Nelson George, Sally Banes, Susan Flinker, and Patty Romanowski.

Installation View: Evan Gruzis – Exotic Beta

On view at The Hole until October 22nd.

(please excuse the cruddy flicks)

Letterhead Inspiration

Handwritten correspondence wins every time in situations that are not timely.

more at Letterheady

Dick Perez, Diamond King

More from the artist responsible for the Donruss Diamond Kings here

Bruce Davidson: Subway

The opening reception coinciding with the re-release of Bruce Davidson’s 1986 photo series and book is tonight at the Aperture Foundation.

Here are a ton of great photos if you can’t see them in person or print.

Smell The Blood

Canadian artist Patrick Krzyzanowski is really on to something with this series exploring the humorous extremes of professional wrestling. Sad I missed his show last month in NYC.

via, beautifuldecay

Graffic Magic

While in SF, Reyes showed me this entire building he painted in SOMA. Watch a timelapse of it happening after the jump.

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Babes of Yore: Patti Hansen

Patti Hansen is an American model and actress, and also married to Keith Richards.


{note: boobs}

RXart Between The Lines Vol. 3

A coloring book featuring the work of 60 celebrated contemporary artists.

Available through RxArt

Laith McGregor

Great work from the Australian artist.

via, theblaaahg

Porsches in all Different Colors

Polaroids by Emmanuel Delaby


Photographed Henry Flynt in 1979.

Read an insightful essay explaining the art group here

Rita Ackerman

Tonight (10/7) there is a launch party at White Columns for Rita Ackerman’s new book published by Skira Rizzoli chronicling her entire art career. Here, we take a look through some of the 224 pages.

If you like it, you can order the book here

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Love Me some Skullphone

Images from the opening of Curtis Kulig and Skullphone’s new show Scripture. On view at Mallick Williams until November 8th.

photos by Christos Katsiaouni

In The Studio of Richard Colman

Richard Colman is a San Francisco-based artist who I’ve been fortunate enough to know since I was probably 13. His work is magic, so you should definitely find one of the galleries that represents him and buy up all of his work. If your stacks are short, you can also purchase the tote bag he made for us here. Enjoy!

Room 1701

Located on the top floor of the Clift, accessible only by a grand staircase and tucked away in a far corner, room 1701 is a luxury escapists dream. Boasting 270º degree views with windows that open, this room is perfect for experiencing the ever-changing light and weather of of San Francisco. If for some reason you feel ansy and want to explore, the Clift’s marquee bar the Redwood Room is a specially designed place to have a couple drinks and make some new friends. 100% worth the visit.


Babes of Yore: Claudine Auger

Claudine Auger is a French actress


Tatt Book: Visionaries of Tattoo

Written by Joseph Ari Aloi, with an introduction by Carlo McCormick, Tatt Book is published by Rizzoli and contains 284 pages of tattoos and artwork. Featuring some of the most well-known tattoo artists this book can be used as both inspiration and reference for when and if you decide to get inked.

Available here

Girls On Bikes

An ongoing public installation project by Insa

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