We are receiving late news that our friend Kachusha Munkanita is in need of legal support. He is one of the most peaceful people we have met, so when a story was published about his arrest, the bike community took notice. In short, he was arrested for watching 3 young people being arrested in the Mission, and wanting advocate for their safety.
The least we can do is help gather resources for when he needs them. We are offering our Histogram Cap, with 100% of the profit (about $7 each)
›› More info+links to getting a cap here: http://blog.mashsf.com/post/34272813628/support-chuey
|/foto via mashsf.com|
Artcrank this Friday, October 26th // 111 Minna 6-11pm
“The 2012 show will feature hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by 35 Bay Area artists. Limited edition prints of all posters will be available for $40 each. Admission to all events is free and open to the public.
UPDATE: ARTCRANK will stage its fourth show in San Francisco this fall starting with an Opening Night Party at 111 Minna Gallery in the heart of SOMA on Friday, October 26. After that, the show will move to the Chrome Industries store at 580 4th Street for an extended run through Saturday, November 10.”
-via 111 Minna Gallery
*BTW for 40$ you can get both my posters, which participated in the 1st and 2nd Artcrank SF exhibits in 2009 and 2010 🙂 here: Bikes and The City poster store
Posting a few things that a few friends have shared lately.
Someone who rides a silly scooter but also gets his mani-pedi in the northside of town. Here is a recent photo the said scooter, sent it by my good friend Sal:
+ Zito as a unicorn?. Is this a new rally meme gigantes fans? My fave former Athletic, he is. Posted on one of my GF’s FBwall, she is the biggest fan.
+ Speaking of the glitter y unicorns, mi amiga Diana went to see her gigantes last week and sent me a fotos to share of these crafty ladies she met from Daly City, she always meets people everywhere she goes.
+ Illustrator John Sherlock Hersey, and his calaca design is featured on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle today, the online article is here via sfgate: A head start with Dia de los Gigantes by Meredith May.
This the same guy who does the green version for the Oakland A’s? I like his work.
It has begun raining here in San Francisco. Oh, just a little bit.
Okay, that is all for now.
/above image via 8106.tv
This reminds of being 16, headphones and a walkman permanently attached to my body included. Saw this video awhile ago, but it has been a good early AM soundtrack to french press making.
I’d pretty much like to be in either Jersey or NYC for this. kthx.
It was great to learn many of these things in Design classes (and much more history appropriation facts) and here is a sweet video with iconic Brit designer Peter Saville (also has done designs/covers for New Order, PSB, Pulp and many others)
“…It’s the endless possible interpretations of this diagram…”
When I first heard this song, think I played it about 8 times in a row. I’m liking this Adanowsky guy.
“Adanowsky’s big time in our books — he’s an international playboy, he’s buddies with Devendra Barnhart, and his dad is cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky. So when we asked him if he’d do our first installment of rock star karaoke, with a bit of a humorous homage to a Serge Gainsbourg video, we weren’t sure he’d be totally down. Not so. He got way into it, and even his pratfall was top-notch. Now that’s some professional business.”