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!
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.
From planning his next meal to fantasizing about hookers with hamburger heads to painting portraits of rappers like Cheazy-E to collaborating on a beef-themed graffiti production, no one knows burgers better than STEEL. For this post, Zio asked the San Francisco-based graffiti writer and fine artist to list his top-five burgers in the city. His mouthwatering photos and poignant reviews are featured below.
Opening in San Francisco tonight (6/11) is a fantastic show featuring New Bohemia Signs, Jeff Canham, and Stephen Powers. Showcasing a large installation by New Bohemia Signs, a collective based in San Francisco, individual works by Jeff Canham, as well as new metaltations from Stephen Powers you can expect to spend most of your time reading into the artwork. A small preview after the jump, for info contact Guerrero Gallery.
Releasing later this month through Mark Batty Publisher, Bay Area Graffiti ’80s to ’90s: Early Bombing by SFaustina and Jocelyn Superstar is a necessary addition to your library. 208 pages of bombing history with the exception of a few.
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