So, how were these street arts applied? Must have been ship-in-a-bottle style! OR… somebody at SF Public Works went to ART SCHOOL!
Cellphone photos on the wall at a proper art opening!? Head Hamburger Eye Ray Potes tells us this just might be the case. I’ve got my fingers crossed.
Anyway, this show is sure to be dope either way. See you tonight!
Anyway, let’s see what kind of neat schwag came in the bag this year! While I didn’t get a t-shirt this year (long story short: riding my housemate’s ex-boyfriend’s fixie due to yesterday’s incident, and it was so hard to get my feet into the toe clips that once I finally did, no way was I taking them out again, forcing me to only grab a bag while rolling by the recharge station–BTW, nice pass volunteer!), this year’s bag seems jam packed with fun stuff. So let’s see what we have here . . .
Nice bag logo! The colors and cycle outlines are quite aesthetically pleasing. Woah, and nice spot Meli! Also, good choice with cool mint for the CLIF Bar flavor, guys. Tube times, sticker–but wait! What’s this? A front bike light??!?!!?? AWESOME!!! Thanks for making me legal, Bike to Work Day 2010!
Did you really think that role-playing / fantasy geeks actually give a shit about wizards and broadswords and stuff? The truth is, they are in it for the voluptuous fantasy babes. No one understood this better than legendary painter and apparent ass man Frank Frazetta, who passed away Monday.
In his honor, Mission Comics & Art is hosting a “Memorial Drink and Draw,” featuring live art, music, and models. I assume “models” means Vampirella-type female models, but it could very well mean paintable Warhammer 40000 pewter models. Attend at your own risk.
The event starts at 8pm tomorrow at 3520 20th St. More info at on their blog.