Urban Prototyping: Magical Pieces of the Future

Living in San Francisco, I’ve come to appreciate and almost expect my fellow residents’ relentless drive for innovative use of urban spaces, to redefine what it means to live and interact with each other. Caused by an acute awareness of the role our wasteful western habits and a lack of imagination have played in creating uninspiring environments, there’s a be-the-change-you-wish-to-see-in the-world DNA in our blood that leads us to embrace alternative ways for sharing space. dig deeper

Good things happen when you live and breathe your passion

by Sven Eberlein Last Saturday night something amazing happened: An artist who’d been dwelling in relative obscurity for most of his career popped onto the scene like a cork of a fine, aged bottle of wine. Well, perhaps not quite that dramatic — after all, Matt136 aka Matt Ritchie has been showing his art at various galleries for a couple of years now. Thing is, the solo show at the reputable and fabulous Autobody Gallery dig deeper