Honey Bear street artist fnnch has raised nearly $400,000 for charitable causes during the pandemic, yet KQED describes his work as “the Most Despised Street Art in San Francisco.” Love them or despise them, you will see those ubiquitous honey bears in now-saturation mode on bus stop shelters and towering
You’ve seen their work all over the city, on boarded up storefronts and hanging in windows, you’ve seen it on walls, garage doors, and mailboxes. Street art in San Francisco a reflection our city’s culture, politics and creativity. The great majority of art hanging in SF’s museums, is not by
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
This organization is putting real money in the hands of hundreds of local artists, and plans to sponsor incredible public art projects as well.
It’s not everyday elementary school kids get a lesson in how to make and decorate their neighborhood with their own art, but this week in San Francisco the mean streets of The Richmond got ‘sign bombed’ with locally made art, and I personally hope this leads to more SF kids creating and
You may have noticed walking to work this week that there are hundreds of honey bears hung on lampposts throughout the SOMA district of San Francisco. What are they doing there? They’re a mixture of guerrilla marketing, street art, and social subversion. The artist and his gang of conspirators didn’t
There is an explosion of fun artsy events happening in San Francisco this time of year. 2 weekends of art fairs, street parties, and even an artist takeover of a hotel. This is the time to get out there and mix it up with thousands of artists, makers, movers and shakers. Here are the art centered
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet fnnch, BART’s unofficial artist in residence… You may have seen fnnch’s work around town, he’s