Sunday Streets Recap!

Last Sunday the 1AM crew dived into Sunday Streets in the Bayview/Dogpatch district of San Francisco. People stopped by our booth to learn about street art culture and check out what else 1AM has to offer, like Individual classes and Team-building workshops. These lucky kids got a chance to play with different types of markers  and learn how to spray paint and personalize their own FREE take-home tee shirts!

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Check out more pictures here! Interested in our workshops and classes? Email for more info!


Coming Soon to 1AM Gallery: Xeme & Sinic

1AM Gallery welcomes Hong Kong-based graffiti artists, Xeme and Sinic, for their first-ever 1AM show, “Made in China!” They are bringing works on canvas, paper, and posters that explore what it means to be truly authentic in a culture and industry where replication and production rule. Don’t miss the show opening Friday, April 18th, 6:30-9:30PM. For now, check out these in-progress pics of Xeme and Sinic at work in the studio…

Xeme & Sinic

Xeme & Sinic

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5 Questions with Tattoo Artist Jesico

IMG_0444Adriana: Define Tattoo. What does it represent to you?

Jesico: The art of Tattoo on a day to day sense means nothing more to me than a chance to participate in a ritual of humans that has been practiced since we lived in caves. There’s something so primal and attractive about that notion that everyone who yearns for or receives a tattoo can relate to. I believe when a society evolves to a state where leisure is abundant and practicing arts such as tattoo is conceivable, it opens doors of the mind and really expresses our sanity. I don’t believe every tattoo needs to delve so deep into our psyche because I already think that the urge to get tattooed is deep enough and an explanation for what you request is secondary, an image you adorn shouldn’t be confined to anything but should be an image (with the help of a real tattooist) you simply find attractive, the meaning exists already in your soul and your choices define you more than any image stained in your skin can ever do. Read More »

ARYZ: San Francisco Mural

This past month saw the highly anticipated opening of acclaimed Barcelona-based muralist ARYZ first US solo show at FIFTY24SF. To mark the monumental occasion, ARYZ has begun work

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In conjunction with FIFTY24SF, Upper Playground, and WallSpaceSF, the new mural is located in the Tenderloin district and features a portrait of a women created in what has now become ARYZ signature style. As a muralist, ARYZ is regarded by some as a transformative figure in contemporary muralist.

Over the last several years, his work has quickly been gaining an international following with murals being done in several countries around the world. Recently, he achieved widespread acclaim with his work being featured both on Aesop Rock’s recent album “Skelethon” and the January 2013 cover of Juxtapoz Magazine.

Fifty24SF Gallery – Style is the Limit by ARYZ is currently showing until May 31st. Located at 218 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA.

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SF Weekly ~ Artopia 2013!

We attended Artopia last Thursday, put on by SF Weekly

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was a blast! Dance performances, local booths by Blicks, Herradura Tequila, Douglas and Sturgess and art!

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Check out more of their works HERE.

Going green, literally


Some b/w shots by the Inner City Photographer


Are you tired of getting blown around in this wind and rain? Are you soaked to your socks, trying to check out the new murals by Rime, Wand, Yes2, and Keb?

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Don’t sweat! Our current exhibition “Outside In” brings the murals indoors!

For the 2nd time, every cut, every fade, each line, stroke, flare, doo-dad, polka dot, bit, arrow; everything is so close you can smell it, you can almost touch it, we don’t condone the tasting of any art, but as you can see it is close enough for you to enjoy to your heart and camera’s content.

Do you hear what I’m saying? If you really love it, you can bring it home with you!