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INSA “MORE” Exhibition at FIFTY24SF

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British street and graffiti artist INSA will drop into San Francisco for an upcoming exhibition taking place at the FIFTY24SF gallery. Known predominately for his ample amounts of sexuality, INSA enters into some more complex themes such as the &...

David Choe “Character Assassination” Exhibition

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Fifty24SF Gallery is proud to host “Character Assassination” – a solo exhibition by David Choe, one of the most diverse and prolific artists working today. His art combines his interests in American and Asian pop culture, graphi...

SHINGANIST | A Group Show Curated by Usugrow

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In anticipation of his imminent clothing line release with Upper Playground on August 1st, and in celebration of his new book “Shiganist,” Usugrow has rallied the bookís contributors to action. Together, these five artists are taking...

Hush | Veiled Beauty Exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery Recap

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UK graphic designer/illustrator Hush opened up his solo show, entitled Veiled Beauty, last night at FIFTY24SF Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition featured a healthy amount of new paintings inspired by graphic-novels, animation, graphic-desig...

FIFTY24SF Gallery Presents Magic Trick by Anthony Lister & Seeing Things by Greg “Craola” Simkins

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Upper Playground’s FIFTY24SF Gallery presents two show openings this Thursday, February 5th at their Filmore Street location. Featured will be two of the industries more heralded personalities including New York-based Anthony Lister and Sou...

FIFTY24SF 2008 Fall/Winter Collection

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With a large and influential roster of contemporary artists at their disposal, the FIFTY24SF collection under San Francisco based art collective Upper Playground offers up a number of creative designs during each seasonal release. While the lines...

Love Hate From Jp by Usugrow

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From humble beginnings, Japanese artist Usugrow has created a real name for himself. From initial partnerships in his infancy with The Hundreds to successful showings with names like Mike Giant, his recent book Love Hate From Jp offers a perspect...