"Grateful Doom Heads" @ Hoodlab Gallery, SFJuxtapoz // Tuesday, 22 Oct 2013
Hidden away in the City by the Bay on one of the most infamous and recognizable streets of San Francisco lies HoodLAB SF Art Gallery & HoodLamb Concept Store, HoodLambs' best kept secret until now. The Haight Ashbury district will be home to the second HoodLAB location, following the Denver flagship store, and we will be opening our doors on November 2nd 2013 at 6pm!!
In true HoodLAB fashion we will be celebrating with a big art show; at this opening of “Grateful Doom Heads” on NOV 2nd art pieces with be showcased from all over the US, featuring over 20 artists displaying their work inspired by Hip Hop artist MF Doom. The gallery showing will be held from 6-10pm at 1669 Haight Street in San Francisco with a VIP after party held at a nearby location. Each month HoodLAB SF will be showcasing elite international artists, bringing with them their innovative and diverse works of art.
We are also proud to present the new HoodLamb Fall/ Winter 13/14 line including some very unique pieces designed exclusively for HoodLAB SF. We live by the motto "inspire to create", which is why we have worked side by side with two of San Francisco's most premier artists, Sam Flores and Jeremy Fish, to create limited edition HoodLamb art jackets and other apparel. These jackets are exclusive to only the HoodLAB San Francisco location and the Estore connected to it. The HoodLamb Art Jackets are a very limited edition run so they will not be available for purchase after the 2013/2014 season. Supplies are extremely limited so don't miss out.
We strive to create a unique collection with selected artists. Always using Hemp and other eco-friendly and cruelty free materials as a base - Never overdone and always original. We believe that Art and Sustainable Fashion help preserve the world and enrich the lives of those it touches. We look forward to seeing you on the 2nd of November when we open our doors!!
Grateful Doom Heads
Novermber 2nd, 6-10pm
HoodLAB SF Art Gallery
1669 Haight Street, San Francisco