One solid year down, many more to go. The Lower Haight Art Walk is celebrating its anniversary (and the Lower Haight) this Friday with its second annual neighborhood art extravaganza, featuring a spackling of things San Franciscans like: local bands, art, food carts, discounts and a scavenger hunt.
Upper Playground wants to help you to get back to the long-lost roots of Easter.
Well, the Easter Bunny at least.
So to commemorate the fluffy, carrot-chomping symbol of fertility, they enlisted the help of a well-known local artist (and pink bunny enthusiast) by the name of Jeremy Fish. The result: the utterly hilarious (not to mention addicting) Bang A Bunny.
All you have to do is upload photos of the 'giver' and 'receiver', choose whether you're feeling gentle or aggressive (or neither...yawn) and voila!
Looking for a great way to spruce up your home without breaking the bank? How about adding a little bit of urban appeal from Upper Playground? San Francisco-based Design Public, an online furniture and home decor retailer, has just started carrying Upper Playground's housewares. The collection connects the public to culture and counter-culture in the form of hip, funky, and cool pillows, shower curtains, glass tumblers, bags and wall art by world-famous artists and designers as well as emerging talents. In the mood to support the locals? Then the Jumping Tiger Pillow (shown left) by local art celebrity Sam Flores is the way to go.