We now say goodbye to the year that we said goodbye to many of our most beloved icons in, so it behooves us to take sad stock of the pop culture luminaries lost in 2016. We’ve ranked the most distinguished dearly departed below, to note their immortality in the melancholy
Yes, that is a handmade portrait of the late, great Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka, lovingly crafted out of nothing but candy. Meet the Willy Wonka candy portrait that will forever preserve San Francisco’s special relationship with Gene Wilder, handcrafted by local artist Jason Mecier who has long delighted us
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WANNA STAY UP ON ALL THE FREE SHIRTS WE GIVE OUT? MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM! It’s been a hard year so far. David Bowie, Phife, Lemmy, Prince, Muhammad Ali, and now Gene Wilder. It’s like half the people I loved (but never new) growing up are have died this
Jerome Silberman was born in depression era Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1933. We lost him today, another one of the greats, known to us as Gene Wilder. To many a millennial Gene Wilder was just a meme; a wide-eyed Willy Wonka in a fly sienna velvet top hat with many captions