Even if you are not interested that these summer staples are vegan, they might just get you banged by that vegan guy you keep running into in Dolores Park, eating carrot sticks, playing the tambourine and smoking the thai stick. So, it’s worth a shot. Thank you and you’re welcome!
Topman Black Scout Plimsolls
A true essential to have for the summer is a black pair of plimsolls. Topman have makes them very affordable. Their take on the shoe is very subtle in design and exudes a sense of class with this basic. The shoe comes in “black canvas” with a slim sole and a round toe. The lace-up would go pretty good with almost anything for summer.
SF pride creeps in at the most unlikely places. Our own jock wearing baseball champions are going to embrace their local community which includes a large LGBT population. Of course those with a beard fetish hopes Brian “Fear the Beard” Wilson will be included in video for our viewing pleasure ( Ring ring ring, “Is Brian there? ” , ” Hi, I’m calling from Playgirl” ) Now that’s a petition someone needs to get on.
The San Francisco Giants will become the first professional sports team to jump into the burgeoning anti-homophobia campaign with an upbeat “It Gets Better” video designed to bring hope to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender young people.
While celebrities, politicians and everyday people have posted more than 10,000 “It Gets Better” videos to YouTube to build awareness of the continuing problem of gay suicide and anti-gay bullying, no teams in the pro sports world have stepped forward to produce a video. READ MORE
Artist Turns Environmental Activism Into Unexpected Beauty
SAN FRANCISCO- Artist C. Finley will be wallpapering two dumpsters outside of the Phoenix Hotel in the Tenderloin district on May 18th, 2011 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM in conjunction with ArtPadSF art fair. This is the debut showing of her work in San Francisco.
The Wallpapered Dumpster Project is an inquiry into urban waste, free art, and notions of femininity, beauty and domesticity. Inspired by free and accessible art, this ongoing series of urban interventions which transform environmental activism into unexpected beauty, will continue in select cities in America and Europe through 2011. Previous dumpsters have appeared in Rome and around Los Angeles and have remained wallpapered for up to a year, depending on use and environmental factors.
“If we see dumpsters as works of art, we have raised consciousness,” said Finley.
Pull out your spectacles and take a good look. Everything is divine down to the tiniest detail. Illustrations were produced by the talented Mr Richard Haines. I want to put you in a certain frame of mind before you look. Imagine there is a door that divides you from something you desire. The only way to get a peek is through the key hole. That is how I want your to view UNIONMADE’S new illustrated Look Book. Do, as I say and no one gets hurt!
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