SFMOMA x Gap: Artists' T-Shirts
As part of their 75th anniversary celebration, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has partnered with local retail giant Gap on eight limited-edition artist t-shirts. The battery of art stars includes Ed Ruscha, the late photographer Larry Sultan, Barry McGee, Leslie Shows and others.
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- Though the iconic Mario Botta building that houses the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has only graced the city's South of Market neighborhood since 1995, the museum itself has brought modern and…
Penguin Grenade's t-shirt says it all, so simply and so well: Do not mess with Brian Wilson or his fearsome facial hair. The San Francisco Giants are on track to rough up those Texas Rangers again tonight, so tune into game three of the World Series and cheer on our boys in black-and-orange. #GOGIANTS!!!!!!!
- With offices in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles, Dwell can't help but be proud of the transit advancements and accessibility in the cities where we work.
The sight of a fresh sheet of loose leaf paper is a simple pleasure that's tinged with a bit of nostalgia now; It's been a while since we bought a stack for back-to-school from Walgreens. E for Effort (design duo Beka Goedde and Rachel Ostrow) share our adoration, and have teamed up with New York design outpost Artware Editions to create this collection of wide-ruled apparel which includes kids, ladies, and mens t-shirts, and a cool canvas tote.
- Rugs don't just belong in cozy mountain lodges—as proven by a new summer collection from Brooklyn dealer Aelfie.
- Finding design inspiration online is as easy as pointing and clicking but there's something special about the feel of bound paper.
- As you might imagine, we inveterate modernists up here at Dwell are very, very excited for what will be one of the fall's best forays into modern design.
From February 18 to May 20, 2012, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra, the artist's first midcareer retrospective in the United States. This is the most comprehensive museum exhibition to date of the artist's oeuvre, the first major Dijkstra exhibition organized by an American museum, and the first solo exhibition of her work in San Francisco. The exhibition features nearly 70 color photographs and five video installations, including two new video projections.