boys, events in SF, events_2008, eye candy, frames, free, fun, ride on, San Francisco Bike Coalition
Myriads of gorgeous bikes, customs, outfits, great people and great beer. Musica, the mighty SF Bike Coalition (and its lush service, bike valet) and many other wonderful things, including the funeral of the black escalade.
‹ boy, boys and more boys ›
and everyone had loads of fun : )
It was definitely a gloomy day, but I was happy to meet many pretties out there. Stay in touch. xo
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Anyone that knows how fast these skinny boys go, knows how extremely difficult is to maneuver those lush rides on trail/dirt, nevermind how legendary this piece of The Tour, 2005 is. In celebration on catching on my French, here is a blast from the past. Beloki (Edsdsdspaña) so had it, and it was the year many say Lance was over-confident. Shortly after, he took home his 5th tight mellow johnny & a date with Sheryl Crow and, Beloki is remembered for the one who could’ve beat him.
This past Sunday I strolled over Ft.Mason (Northside of the city) to check out lovely displays of arts and craft goodies. Such good weather, loads of handmade fanatics were out at this sweet event. Met loads of very creative people from all over the country and here are some of my favorites!
I met Erica, from SteelToeStudios, based out of Seattle. Cogs make pretty belt buckles.
For their belts, they have worked (Im not sure if always) with Alchemy Goods, also from Seattle.
Arcane Arts is a doll. Loved her bicicleta drawings, specially. Muy nice! We talked about Portland (where she is currently based) bike culture, a little bit about Guadalajara, México (in the state of Jalisco) and the bicycle connection-relationship these two cities have. (more info about these two sister cities to come in the near future)
cute Mucca Pazza band boys!
Hugh D’Andrade and his wife, Mati Rose
I was very happy to meet them both in peson, as I have been collecting some of (his) work throughout the years. I was introduced to Mati’s work. Her illustrations are lovely. My favorite (from hugh) is the winterfest 2007 postcard (on my desk, & because I had a lot of fun at that event/SF bike coalition). Also bought a shirt with that same bike medusa gal graphic for myself. Mati’s etsy shop, which is listed under her website, is super cute. Links: –his- -hers-
Check out his illustration is on the current cover of the Communication Arts Annual. Congrats!
The Frenchie made some new pals.