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Q&A with SF Int’l Film Fest Award Winner Peter Lord, Co-Founder of Aardman Animations

Q&A with SF Int’l Film Fest Award Winner Peter Lord, Co-Founder of Aardman Animations

As part of the SF International Film Fest, the team behind animation studio Aardman Studios, best known for their charming and memorable stop-motion feats like Wallace & Gromit, Creature Comforts, and Shaun the Sheep, will be given the Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award. Since 1997,…

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Photo of the Week: David Nguyen

Photo of the Week: David Nguyen

Photo of the Week by David Nguyen (San Jose) Nice to meet you David. Tell us a little bit of yourself? Which photographers influenced you, and how did they influence your thinking, photographing, and career path? David: I’ve been a lover of the creative arts since I could…

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A Makeshift Guide to This Weekend’s Art Fairs: Parking Lot Art Fair, Art Market, & stARTup Art Fair

A Makeshift Guide to This Weekend’s Art Fairs: Parking Lot Art Fair, Art Market, & stARTup Art Fair

This weekend the art fairs are coming! You can stroll all three art fairs in a day, or take a more leisurely strategy to seeing a weekend-full of artwork. Literally there will be artwork by hundreds of artists and over a hundred art galleries, so perhaps…

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Photo of the Week: Kevin Lessy

Photo of the Week: Kevin Lessy

Photo by Kevin Lessy AKA Mr Lessy (San Francisco) What inspired you to create Mr Lessy? And just out of curiosity, how long does it usually take to capture that perfect food shot? Kevin: It all started with taking pictures from my phone and sharing them…

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SF International Film Fest Pick: Vampyr Meets Mercury Rev & Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins)

SF International Film Fest Pick: Vampyr Meets Mercury Rev & Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins)

San Francisco International Film Festival continues its tradition of uniting contemporary musicians to classic films. This year, Carl Theodore Dryer’s atmospheric 1932 horror classic Vampyr, will be combined with live music by Mercury Rev, Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins), Jesse Chandler (Midlake) and Michael Jerome Moore (Better than Ezra)….

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Chic, Fashionable and Locally-Based ‘Bob Cut Mag’ Releases Its First Printed Edition

Chic, Fashionable and Locally-Based ‘Bob Cut Mag’ Releases Its First Printed Edition

When Anthony Rogers took a summer internship at 7×7 right after college he didn’t know it would precipitate the launch of his first magazine, Bob Cut. The first issue of the publication, which debuts stunning visual content spread out over a 100-pages, tours the fashion…

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Isa Grassi: The Girl Behind The Polaroid Project

Isa Grassi: The Girl Behind The Polaroid Project

There we were, sitting at a cafe as I sipped my iced caramel latte on this warm fine day in San Francisco. I took a quick glance at my watch-I didn’t even realize time had gone by so quickly. I met up with SF-based Isa…

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Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

This weeks photo by Zane Gan (SF) How would you describe your style in photography and your Instagram feed? Zane: I see my style as something very emotional, intense and annoying. Like me. However, I do see that inconsistency is a part of my charm if I…

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Featured Artist: Tory Van Wey

Featured Artist: Tory Van Wey

This month, SF Station spotlights work from Tory Van Wey, an artist with a botanical obsession and a wily hand for turning detailed illustrations into graphic art. Van Wey is a self-acclaimed “social late bloomer” who has always been working with her hands in creative…

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‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

Heron Arts curator Noah Antieau has teamed up with Atlanta-based automata artist Tom Haney to present “Perpetual Motion: Contemporary Interpretations of Fine Art Automata”, opening Saturday April 16. The show is considered to be the first US exhibition of fine art automata. Automata, or figurative kinetic…

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Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Live music acts, artist, vendors and local businesses have combined forced to create “Playland on Balboa”, a new neighborhood event in the Richmond District. On April 16, from 2pm until 6pm, all along Balboa Street between 34th and 37th Avenues, expect to find entertainment for…

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Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Want to be featured on our Photo of the Week feature? Submit your photo by tagging us @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by Alfin Lian (San Francisco) How would you describe your photography? Alfin: I like how I am able to…

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