Some of our favorite lazy afternoons are spent browsing though the H.D. Buttercup store (they have locations in both San Francisco and Los Angeles), so you can imagine our excitment when we heard that their Half Yearly Sale starts Dec. 26 and lasts through Jan. 16.
It may be unusual, but for this Baby Area start-up, an Edwardian home in the Haigh-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco turned out to be the perfect space for their big ideas.
This year, there’s a new meaning to gift-wrapping being hard. How would Ice-Cube, Too Short or Dr. Dre deck out their holiday gifts? Think paper with decorations of bullets, wads of cash, 40-ounce bottles of malt liquor, eight balls and black ski masks.
Editor's Note: Each month, Assistant Editor and Arts & Culture guru Bryan Anthony selects California's best upcoming art and design events. Mark your calendars—you won't want to miss these.
While we’re kicking unhealthy habits and chalking up our New Year’s resolutions, local gallerists are preparing to be out with the old and in with the new, as well. If you’re looking for a last-minute gift that will earn you some serious cred or seeking creative inspiration during this hectic season, be sure to visit these local art shows before they vanish in 2012.
Pop-up shops? So 2011. Popuphoods? Hello, 2012. With the New Year just around the corner, Old Oakland’s new neighborhood revitalization effort, Popuphood, just kicked-off thanks to locals Alfonso Dominguez and Sarah Filley.
We're getting down to the wire with holiday shopping. Rather than find yourself scrambling for last minute holiday gift ideas, check out some of our favorite finds from four of our go-to San Francisco shops!
Can't wait until this weekend's the 3rd Annual Renegade Craft Fair Holiday Market in San Francisco at the Concourse Exhibition Center? Neither can we! We browsed through the extensive list of featured vendors and artists. Check out some of the fabulous offerings from some of the vendors we can't wait to see. It looks like this year is set to be pretty amazing.
A statuesque two-headed horse, a winged man with a horse’s head and a three-eyed rabbit are all creatures depicted in artist Thomas Christopher Haag’s newest mural in Oakland. Using fine-line detailing and colorful symmetrical squares to fill and surround the animals, he gives this block-long artwork an unusual feel.
Before hip neighborhoods, swanky bars, and icons like the Golden Gate Bridge took shape, San Francisco’s awe-inspiring beauty was luring artists to the City by the Bay.Well, thanks to Pomegranate's new publication, Artistic San Francisco, we can snag a glimpse back in time through art-colored glasse