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.
Beer donated generously by LAGUNITAS and art-auction proceeds supporting COTS Homeless of Petaluma. Here’s more info on NEST EGG:
“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.“
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.
Man, I used to love flipping through my brother’s Beatles LPs and staring at the cover art. Glad Apple let them shine in their own commercial. Also, they’ve made an animated iBook of Yellow Submarine up for free download on iTunes.
If you’re lucky enough to be in San Francisco this eve, you can snag these new dominos and see Jeremy Fish himself at the opening party in North Beach. I’ll be there in spirit with my Fish Stein, saying cheers from Petaluma.
From the artist behind the S&Mazing stylings of Gimpressionism comes a whole new take on mosaic artwork: Prudisum.
“Whether it’s Georgia O’Keefe and her Godforsaken lady genital flowers or Andy Warhol and his paintings that are hung like soup cans, the art world is littered with enough filth to make Lucifer himself blush.”
To combat this filth, the Prudistartist has taken up the mighty brush and launched a full-on painted-pixel assault. Wonder what he’d think of this Shocker Costume.
Sure, staying above the one-and-only tap of Sixpoint’s John Dory Oyster Stout is nice. And the WWI aesthetic is not only a great vibe but a comfy one, too. It’s the little bits of personality sprinkled about that speak to the ad nerd in me. I love it when brands take the time to weave themselves throughout the experience in a fun way. ‘Cuz in the end, that’s branding.
A subtle hint on the ironing board and a kind affirmation on the hanger for afterwards.