In a few weeks, the local coverage area of Haighteration, Uppercasing, and Hayeswire will be expanding. Today’s post is a preview. In June, the residents of the Fillmore district were suddenly joined by a 6-month-long installation of 12 different pieces … Continue reading
This week, two artists painted a new, large mural on the Steiner side of 597 Haight Street.
It will definitely not look like this. Flickr/Kirsten Skiles What’s bronze, expensive, and not expected to ship for a while? No, not the new iPhone (oof, sorry) — it’s artist Jeremy Fish’s planned bronze statue of the Silly Pink Bunny.
The utility box at the northwest corner of Duboce and Church, on which artist Mona Caron had painted a delightful optical illusion a full year ago, has been unceremoniously replaced with the gray box above.
There was music, laughter, sadness, nostalgia, and heavy machinery — all the makings of a successful funeral at Haight and Laguna last night.
Jeremy Fish You’re invited to the funeral event of the season.
Last night marked the return of the seasonal Lower Haight Art Walk to the neighborhood.
As promised, the crews that put together last weekend’s Absolut Open Canvas art installation on the 600 block of Divisadero have removed all traces of the project from the street. Well, almost all traces.
Fifty24SF Zio Ziegler. Sam Flores. Mars-1. We’ve covered their art here on Haighteration many times over the years, and tonight they join forces with a slew of other artists for a new show at Fifty24SF.
Instagram/mrjeremyfish Yesterday was Labor Day, but it might as well have been Easter the way this bunny got around.