The San Francisco-based store and gallery Park Life sat towards the front of the hall with a pop-up shop where visitors could actually purchase items from their clever selection of books, decorative accessories, playful gifts, and art. They presented a couple pieces by Lorein Stern, a Northern California-based artist who makes ceramics, illustrations, and clothing that all illustrate animals in a lighthearted way. Shown here are her handmade ceramic shark heads, which can stand on a tabletop or be mounted on the wall.  Photo 10 of 11 in Follow Us Through San Francisco’s FOG Design & Art Fair
The presentation from New York-based Patrick Parrish was jam-packed with artful home pieces by designers from all decades—and made with a diverse range of materials. Pieces shown from front to back: Waldhexen Table by Ian Stell; vintage Erwine & Estelle Laverne lucite chairs for The Invisible Group (1960s); rubber, brass, and wood credenza by Brian Thoreen; Crane series of freestanding lights by Bec Brittain; slab-constructed ceramic vessels by Cody Hoyt.  Photo 11 of 11 in Follow Us Through San Francisco’s FOG Design & Art Fair
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