Hoodrat Stuff // May 21, 2011

Judgement day came & went without much notice for most people (was anyone really surprised?), but at cut & run we saw it as a perfect opportunity to celebrate our debauchery, lawlessness, & most of all the official kickoff for this little project of ours. It’s been going really great, & we want to thank you all for the support you’ve shown us so far… it’s definitely a motivator for us…

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Cut & Flow Alphabet Project // L

Cut & Flow Alphabet Project

Cut & Run // Color n Flow have teamed up to bring you the Cut & Flow Alphabet Project, where a handful of talented artists chose a letter or two to make in their own vision. We’ll be dropping a new letter on you every couple days or so, so keep checkin back. Today’s letter is ‘L’ by Marty Kenney.

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HOT IN DEM SKREETS

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1st in an ongoing series of sprayin’, spritzin’, and graff’n ‘n’ dancin’. Most will fall under these categories: -Runners -Classics -Some current -Personal favorites   I’ll start with the piece that got me thinking about starting this series: The huge Saber roller on Market St that has been running for around a decade. I skimmed over his book years ago when it came out and I think a blockbuster like…

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Cut & Flow Alphabet Project // K

Cut & Flow Alphabet Project

Cut & Run // Color n Flow have teamed up to bring you the Cut & Flow Alphabet Project, where a handful of talented artists chose a letter or two to make in their own vision. We’ll be dropping a new letter on you every couple days or so, so keep checkin back. Today’s letter is ‘K’ by Jorge Gonzalez.

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MALT LIQUOR SHITS // PART 1

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I have always loved collecting. Upon recently starting a Malt Liquor collection I have uncovered some seriously interesting shit. This will be a short series of entries investigating the marketing of Malt Liquor, based mostly on products from the 1960s-2000. It will illustrate certain schemes and themes used by the Malt Liquor industry that I find both attractive, and irresponsible. Product names and logos, distinct imagery and print advertising will…

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Cut & Flow Alphabet Project // J

Cut & Flow Alphabet Project

Cut & Run // Color n Flow have teamed up to bring you the Cut & Flow Alphabet Project, where a handful of talented artists chose a letter or two to make in their own vision. We’ll be dropping a new letter on you every couple days or so, so keep checkin back. Today’s letter is ‘J” by Jordan Yescas.

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Mural by Jorge Gonzalez

Jorge Gonzalez // Cut & Run.

Daaaamn. The homie Jorge Gonzalez comin through with a sick mural he got commissioned while on his trip to his home away from the bay…. leavin a masterpiece behind in the city of angels. Jorge will be Doin Hoodrat Stuff with His Friends tomorrow in Oakland… doin a live mural painting with Izzy Sanchez.   Get on our level.

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Cut & Flow Alphabet Project // I

Cut & Flow Alphabet Project

Cut & Run // Color n Flow have teamed up to bring you the Cut & Flow Alphabet Project, where a handful of talented artists chose a letter or two to make in their own vision. We’ll be dropping a new letter on you every couple days or so, so keep checkin back. Today’s letter is ‘I’ by Tony Dekline.

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Cut & Flow Alphabet Project // H

Cut & Flow Letter Project // cut & run.

Cut & Run // Color n Flow have teamed up to bring you the Cut & Flow Alphabet Project, where a handful of talented artists chose a letter or two to make in their own vision. We’ll be dropping a new letter on you every couple days or so, so keep checkin back. Today’s letter is ‘H’ by Robert De Leon

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Alex Maclean // Robert Koch Gallery

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Alex Maclean The American Landscape at the Tipping Point May 5 – July 2, 2011 Reception for the Artist: Thursday, May 5,  5:30 – 7:30 SAN FRANCISCO – The Robert Koch Gallery is pleased to present its first exhibition of photographs by Alex MacLean, who for over thirty years has been documenting a changing American landscape, and the complex relationship between its natural and constructed environments. Internationally recognized for his…

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