Art & Culture
Nearly 50 years after the publication of The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, a new edition takes a drug-drenched ride through the '60s revolution with the Merry Pranksters. November 2016, San Francisco magazine.
At Autodesk's Pier 9 workshop, "artist-in-residence" is an exceptionally broad term. The makers engaged at the waterside complex include engineers, roboticists, architects, programmers, bakers, mathematicians, artists, fashion designers, and woodworkers. Here, a day in the life of the hive-like design factory. October 2015, San Francisco magazine.
Labyrinth-like buildings on the outskirts of Oakland used to churn out canned goods and paint. Now they're havens for painters, acrobats, stuntmen, and pole dancers. June 2014, San Francisco magazine.
What is Oakland style? Definitely not normcore, and a far cry from S.F.'s ubiquitous chambray and ballet flats. It's gaudy, garish and—as the individualists at left will tell you—doesn't give a damn about what anyone else thinks. June 2014, San Francisco magazine.
"Unbuilt San Francisco" reveals grand city plans both forthcoming and futuristic, from blatant economy boosters (a casino on Alcatraz?) to whimsical ideals (Venice-inspired canals winding through Mission Bay). September 2013, San Francisco magazine.
Jessica Silverman christens a new gallery in the Tenderloin. Plus: Eight more new galleries showcasing laser-cut sculptures, melted-down weaponry, and masking tape cityscapes. December 2013, San Francisco magazine.
Sure, it's outwardly anti-consumption. But that doesn't mean there's no room on the playa for Camelbak cocktails and electric skateboards. 28 Burners share their must-have items. August 2014, San Francisco magazine.
Touring the High Line's tree-filled, snack-blessed, inflatable-mascot-inhabited second segment, open to the public June 8. June 13, 2011, New York magazine.
The 18 steely-nerved artists featured in the Museum of Craft and Design’s new show, Obsessive Reductive, have more in common with surgeons or illusionists than painters. February 2014, San Francisco magazine.
Ten pioneering members of the Makeshift Society, a Hayes Valley clubhouse and coworking space geared toward creative polymaths—architects, fashion designers, photographers, illustrators, and more (bloggers all). August 2012, San Francisco magazine.