Saturday, January 29, 2011

Dear Diary,

This is made completely out of Jell-o...I mean gelatin. Awesome.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Blue V-day!

I been told I am pretty bad at reading in between the lines but what happens when everything in between the lines is grey? Huh, what happens then? Saw Blue Valentine this day at the mall in San Francisco by myself. WTF...I lived there three years and never realized the mall was that big!

Then I ran into myself thanks to Theodore Watson's interactive art installation called "Faces".

Walked some more in the cold, cold, cold to the TL to White Walls and Shooting Gallery... Saw a glimpse, and kinda fell in love: Morgan Slade, his art work.

I also met two sweet gentlemen. One who talked about art, the other one who told me story about getting mugged in Berkeley aka technically Oakland and how effed up the police precincts are. I heart this pic:

We talked art...

And getting mugged in Oakland technically Berkeley but legally Oakland.

Yeah "Snitches get Stiches"!
Went "home".

* Faces by The SF Gate

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

There Will Be No Drug Dealing Inside the Laundry

Katy Grannan: Boulevard

Saw this @ Frankel Gallery in San Francisco. I love these photographs by Katy Grannan. The model above was there...just dropping by.

My colors might be slightly off than the original ones...

I was sad to see that so many galleries have closed and been converted to offices... lame.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

BFFing at Yerba Buena and the SFMOMA

Above and below, art work by Shizu Saldamando... at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Yoshua Okón's Hipnostasis (2009), "a collaboration with Raymond Pettibon which explores the subculture of old hippies and beach bums from Venice Beach"...

On to the SFMOMA...

"How Wine Became Modern", featuring Pop-Up Magazine...go check it out. It will be up until April 17.

pretty glassware.

Hotel Marqués de Riscal by Frank Gehry...omg I want to go!

I finally get the whole smelling of wine stuff...

Vino...La sangre de Cristo.

Monday, January 3, 2011

They Taking the Tree Down...

I don't understand why the colors get all muted when I post them. Oh well... Chinatown, SF my favorite:

Banksy using protection: What's up with the plexiglass?

Gallery Three on 6th ST: 666!
Told ya...
Muted orange... Or is my eyesight all jacked up?