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 […]

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#SaveSmall: Emi Grannis Jewelry Is The Perfect Way To Ring In The Season

Welcome to this small column produced by the Bob Cut intern staff. We posted to our social media giving brands, artists, and small business free space to promote whatever they need in a time where the federal government and the local levels won’t offer relief though expecting small businesses to close. So enjoy the promotions […]

How James Lewis Tucker Made The Aesthetic Union Work in the Bay Area

A practice is something an artist dedicates their life to. It’s the lifeblood that gets them creating. It’s not just about making beautiful projects using a time-tested tradition, at The Aesthetic Union, James Lewis Tucker and his small yet mighty team take pride in providing a space their customers can count on. James Lewis Tucker […]

Michael Jang’s California: An Intimate Timeline of Photographs

Tucked away at the corner of 25th and Minnesota Street, the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts curates a multitude of art exhibitions in their impressive space. On deck this season is the work of Michael Jang, a longtime documentarian of California life, particularly that of San Francisco and its various subcultures. A student at California […]

Off the Menu: Welcome to Potrero Hill, Anchor Public Taps

May your taste buds rejoice and your liver groan, as San Francisco’s very loved Anchor Brewing has finally opened its first official brewpub. Huzzah! Bring your friends, roommates, coworkers and yes, dogs(!) to the corner of Mariposa and 17th in Potrero Hill to toast to the new taproom. While you can find Anchor taprooms in […]

Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ Will be on Display at the Minnesota Street Project Today Before it Heads to NYC

Leonardo da Vinci was so not masc4masc. Bay Area Renaissance art lovers rejoice! The painting by the name of “Salvator Mundi” by Leonardo da Vinci will be coming to San Francisco from October 18-20 before heading to New York to be auctioned off by Christie’s. The painting will be on display at the Minnesota Street […]

Buy This Now: Bryr Clogs & Windy Chien Collab On A Cool Pair Of Shoes

The classic Bryr clog with a Windy touch, photography by Annie Martin When two great minds think alike, a pretty chic collaboration is born. With similar design aesthetics, the Dogpatch-based Bryr Clogs have released a special edition shoe honing the rope artistry of Bay Area artist, Windy Chien. Meeting, at first, at Westcoast Craft Fair, the […]

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