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Does Paul Wall still make Grillz?

Paul Wall is popularly recognized for two things: Southern Hip Hop rap and making luxurious grills. Wall and his business partner Dang, who met the Houston rap idol while working at a local flea market, made elegant grills under the Grillz umbrella for everyone, from celebrities like; Kanye West to Nelly, since 1998. Read about […]

San Francisco Creative Continues To Put Queer, Otherwordly Spins on Face Masks

Mask wearing, unlike the novel coronavirus, has been a staple in the Western World for centuries — used in all manners of ease, from celebrations of birth to honoring the dead. But Covid-19 has again ushered in a new take on face mask-wearing, bending what’s now a safety protocol (and a litmus test for empath) […]

George McCalman: An Artist’s Life In Color

Question: Can art leave a person both socially awoken and at peace? There are those that say the work of the artist is to offend, to disrupt the established view or way of life. There are others, such as the great James Baldwin, that have asserted the work of the artist is to make the […]

The Living Mural: Britt Henze On How Sobriety Connected Her To The Art Scene

When walking into Britt Henze’s Mission District studio—you immediately notice the racks of unpainted canvas, works in progress lining the painted designated wall, and a peek inside her scintillating mind. Read: a lot of color and a lot of mixed mediums. Spray cans line the wall, paint stretches on all four corners of the floor, […]

The Wonder of Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving at the de Young

The famed unibrow, her attention to the arts, and voice of a generation comes to the de Young in a raw and unfiltered solo exhibition, Septemeber 25th. Much to our excitement and surprise, the deYoung Museum will be reopening to the public on Friday, September 25th. “As the city’s museums, we have been eager to […]

The World of Molly Tuttle: It’s Hers And We’re All Just Living In It

The former Palo Alto now Nashville-based singer, songwriter has gone through quite the journey in her lifetime. Tuttle experienced a devastating tornado that tore through much of East Nashville, followed by the global pandemic. Tuttle, who grew up in California and has toured as a solo artist for years, suddenly found herself – along with […]

‘HOUSING BLACK’ Mural Debuts in Tenderloin, Bringing Attention to Black Homelessness in San Francisco

Yesterday afternoon, philanthropic creative Malik Seneferu unveiled the massive “HOUSING BLACK” street mural on Tenderloin’s Golden Gate Avenue—echoing a chromatic call to fight the housing disparity and insecurity that runs rampant in the city. And across the Bay Area, for that matter. Developed in collaboration with a bevy of organization and community notables—Code Tenderloin, St. […]

Local Artist Paints Breathtaking Mural Outside Hotel Abri To Honor Black Lives Robbed By Police Brutality

Art can serve as a conduit for radical social change, predicated on the notion that creativity is a means to push civilization forward when it all but stagnates. San Francisco creative Kate Tova recently palleted her power by painting a multichromatic mural in the TenderNob to represent the black women who’ve died as a result […]

Growing Up A Graffiti Artist With A Cop As A Dad

Before I spent most of my time at Bob Cut Mag, I was a student at the University of San Francisco. My undergrad years were, to say the least, four years of non-stop fun. One of the many people who made those four years so memorable was Justin Barreras. We met in class during our […]

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