Whether fake or real. And whether you’ve only been growin’ for Movember or have a life-long habit, surely you can liken it to some literary figure from the past or present…
Check out Glen Weisgerber flow some Roundhand like a champ…
Out of the 250+ pages of craft beer labels from the 100+ craft breweries in the CRAFT BEERDS book, there’s more Irish-ish / red-bearded labels than you can shake a shilialey at. These are a few favorites…
GRAY’S BREWING “BUSTED KNUCKLE”
Visit Gray’s Brewing.
SHORT’S BREW “UNCLE STEVE’S IRISH STOUT”
This has so much awesome I don’t even know where to begin. Visit Short’s Brewing here.
A ST. PATRICK’S DAY SOUNDTRACK See the rest »
Anyone wondering why there’s enough hairy beer labels to make the CRAFT BEERDS book almost 300 pages needs to watch this video.
You so don’t wanna…
run into this bearded, leather-faced, tusk-toothed Texan viking in a dark bar.
Not without a nice snifter or tulip-shaped glass. It’s got juniper berries in it! See the rest »
Spotted this vintage 1910 poster over the weekend and’ve been wondering … is one of ‘em a tranny? Where’s the girl? Notice how dastardly ‘staches and bladed weapons outnumber guns by a longshot (no pun intended).
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You’ve got 10 days left to snag yourself a copy by helping support the book. Click here »
CRAFT BEERDS: Help us Print this Book, Get Rewarded in Return
For Those Who Matter: Dr. Seuss Skateboard by Jeremy Fish
Video: Jeremy Fish Releases Custom Domino Set “Skin & Bones”
Oktoberfest Art: Jeremy Fish Beer Stein
Cheer the Beard: Jeremy Fish x New Era x Upper Playground
Pork Rider: Jeremy Fish Designs New OJ Skateboard Wheels
Spotted this killer mural on the side of a cafe near where Lagunitas is building their Chicago brewery.
Beer Maiden Mural: Hanna Aitchison Wall Piece for Lagunitas Chicago Beer “Zephyr”
Dawned on Chicago: Jeff Tweedy does WGN Weather
KYEO: Breadface & Blues Wheatpastes in Chicago’s Roscoe Village
WTF: Hockey Ref Magically Materializes at Blackhawks Game
Spooky: Miniature Golf in Basement of Ahlgrim’s Funeral Home
Hang: Glass Ledge on Sears Tower Makes Me Wanna Pee, Spit
UPDATE: The CRAFT BEERDS BOOK Kickstarter finished successfully at 134%! Now you can order your copy here »
For over a year we’ve collected, photographed and laid-out a beautiful book that celebrates all the best craft beer labels with beards, sideburns and moustaches on them—CRAFT BEERDS. Yes, there’s enough to fill a book.
But now the book’s grown to over 175 breweries and almost 300 pages and we need your help in printing the thing. Please share and check out our Kickstarter to lend a hand and get some cool rewards in return.
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What’s more rad: that Jesse Draper created this Super Signage at Trader Joes or that Trader Joes still employs artists for signs and hand lettering?!
Jawbreaker “Kiss The Bottle”
from 17 Reasons: The Mission District
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Fail: Kids Glitter Tattoos
MP3: New Richard Buckner, Yuck, Forgetters (ex-Jawbreaker), Modest Mouse cover Buddy Holly, Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
Beer x Tattoo: Lagunitas Gets Hanna Aitchison for “Zephyr” Chicago Collaboration Ale Art
Art: Last Mike Giant / Skullz Press Show at 260 Divisadero
LA Street Art: Mike Giant on Melrose & Shepard Fairey / Obey Giant on Sunset
Rad: REBEL8 x PBR SF Event
This Saturday, 4.21 7–9 p.m., come by Heebe Jeebe Petaluma to see works by David Best, Jack Haye, Beau Bouverat, and more.
“It’s only fitting that the egg capital of California host an exhibit exploring the beautiful, intricate structures that protect those delicate, little objects. NEST EGG is inspired by Petaluma’s heritage and brought to life by Petaluma’s artisans who are each given a hand carved wooden egg as their muse. Come down to HeebeJeebe to experience unexpected interpretations of the strength, whimsy, and ingenuity of the simple nest.“
Stoked to see Illustrator Ana Benaroya did a piece for my post on the Mini Golf Course in Basement of Funeral Home. She designed the above and a lot more for some “factual trivia magazine”. Gotta track that down.
See more of Ana Benaroya’s work »
Come to a free night of rare Chuck Sperry art, Lagunitas beer, and killer food.
All inside the very amazing, historical SF landmark we’re all trying to save—Firehouse 8.
Entrepreneurial SF artist Teresa Nittolo and crew have been putting everything they have into restoring, preserving, and turning the old Firehouse 8 building into a grand community arts center. But after so many fees from the SF Planning and Building Depts, not to mention the inherent headaches of a 1917 building, they’re needing some financial help—or the project won’t happen at all.
Firehouse ‘Roots’ Show