In the Spirit of Sharing–in all kinds of ways.

From Amanda “Fucking”  Palmer

“so comrades…down to business.
this Sunday, TODAY, marks the release of TRISTAN’S EP that we made together, with the help of lots of y’all donating through kickstarter, this past september.

and NOW…….now the record’s ready for YOU. you can get it HERE on bandcamp, and hopefully you’ll go and listen and download and share the holy hell out of it with your friends and loved ones (tweet it, “Like” it on facebook, etc). for those of you on the east coast getting dumped on in snow, sean said it’s beautiful to drive around listening to while mother nature reminds you who’s boss.”

Pass it on.

inspiration

Another great work by one of our favorite library patrons Rene Avalos.

red



All shoot in Brooklyn, NY, November 2010

 

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Sights of Brooklyn

Brooklyn skyline tweaked

November 2010

Brooklyn

November 2010

Leaving

November 2010

False Pleasure

From a Brooklyn Church on Metropolitan Ave. photo by Anniegotgun

philosophy

SF Sept. 2010

 

 

San Francisco Street Poetry by Yorch.

Paste ups

All found around 9th Street @ Division. SF.

Rocketship at Embarcadero/Pier 14

The Raygun Gothic Rocketship!

Located right off the Ferry Building in SF. It is gorgeous and fantastical. Check out their website. Have Rocketship will travel. Your town too could display this retro futuristic vision of fun. The Rocketship crew is a group of smart talented artists and creators who are willing to work on your project and vision to make them happen.


Specifications:

  • The rocketship stands 40′ tall.
  • Gross weight (excluding rocket fuel): 13,500 lbs
  • Heaviest single component: 4,000 lbs
  • Maximum width (installed): 15′

The Raygun Gothic Rocketship

Uni MOg Traveling DJ

SF randoms

located on 8th between Mission on Minna St.

Ghost Busters Simpson Style, this is not the finished product. The finished work can be seen on on the corner of 8th & Bryant.

Artist source unknown and needed.

LIfe Underground

Hidden or not so hidden Subway Art.

Life Underground 2001

by Tom Otterness.

He seems like a lovely man, I was fortunate to stumble across the work on a random Subway ride in NYC June, 2010.