Upon the unveiling of our beautiful, new Bay Bridge in 2013—with its string lights and palm tree adornments – the skeleton of the old, decrepit bridge waited in the background. Comprised of tons upon tons of steel, the disassembling of the bridge inspired artists and designers from all over the state to step in and […]
J.B. Blunk was a man with a vision—one he cut from redwood using chainsaws, no less. I’ve long marveled at the asymmetric works of Blunk. His innate, obsessive attention to detail, his unapologetic use of recycled mediums– and yes, his savviness with an aggressive lodger tool. Like all those in the world who possess some semblance of […]
Photographs courtesy of the Oakland Museum of California I’ll admit, I love my sneakers but a serious part of footwear history is coming Oakland and it’s highlighting everything from hype to classic design to avant-garde. Sneaker heads, get in the know! Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture, the first museum exhibition in […]
// The two-day Indian Market at Oakland Museum of California will be held November 4th from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and November 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 1000 Oak St, East Bay, museumca.org. Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos courtesy of OMCA — Need more style news? Subscribe to our newsletter.