My favorite thing about going to open-studio/esque scenarios and shows, is catching scraps +bits of pieces of their process. Something I can closely relate to.
Didn’t catch the name but you know this artist let me know. <3
This was almost under the side of the table and it is perhaps my FAVORITE shot of evidence.
If any of you are graphic loving nerds like myself, then you know the cat-loving reference to the title of this post, which honors a wonderful+beautiful book. Oh Martin, always so on spot.
So, quite apropos, that is what has happened to the Levi Workshop on Valencia street. I was just starting to learn furthermore about this concept of a Company opening a space for local artist and having an open studio-opening kinda thing, when I read this week that it has gone away.
Gone. +Just like that. Moved to NYC like everybody else…
Ok pues. MissionMission has the deets here [link]
Here is the photo summary of the show that was pretty cool. +thanks to Kron for giving us a tip to RSVP beforehand. Who knew. So here are some pictures.
Get artsy, dammit!! =)
This cute makes those little pocket gadget windows. The pocket idea is that the image changes per the slideshow mode. Pretty fun. So nerdy, it’s sexy.
Follow him here: picpoketcs Put your arm around me.
Big zine brother is watching.
At any rate, we had a blast. It was fun to play with the photocopier, nonetheless. Sweeney owned it. And he also owned some stamps for the night.
Super bloggie friend and our sticker partner in crime – Local Mission District artist Rio Yañez, not only does awesome stuff around here, like zines, posters and all kinds of rad 3D art.
Rio’s poster is the one on the right.
Mi friend taking the photo might have been experiment beer while shooting photos as conceptual art.
Rio makes sure you add some queso to your artsy experience with The Great Tortilla Conspiracy. “Who’s next?”
The night was fun, the event ended at 10PM. It was cool to see some of my school colleagues from the early 2000 and other interesting people. Local community artists, artsy kids, way cool kids and I even spotted some artsy fartsy girls, rocking Chloe shoes. Qué snotty. I don’t even see those much around pac heights. Those just pop out like a florescent light bulbs, you know?! Someone’s economy must be alrite then, by saving all that money eating yummy burritos.
The out crowd continued this fine evening by stumbling upon more fun at the Uptown. oh HAI.