Juxtapoz // Friday, October 10, 2014
John Felix Arnold III is moving away but before he leaves the west coast for the east, he will have a solo show at the gallery that he had dreamt of working with since arriving here 8 years ago. No Destination opened October 3rd and will be open till November 1st at FFDG, the physical destination for Fecalface.com, the content-rich art and culture website.
Illustration // Wednesday, September 25, 2013
The LA-based trifecta of illustrators known as "The Future Colors of America" is comprised of Albert Reyes, Matt Furie and Aiyana Udesen. The trio's work is currently up at Fecal Face (FFDG), San Francisco, through October 12th. The work shown has been called "a psychedelic mashup," featuring both individual and collaborative drawings on paper. "There is a cartoon world, an alien world, a ghetto world and a psychedelic world," TFCA claims, "each of these worlds collide and feed off of ane another, making an interesting display to look at and think about." Indeed.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 05, 2012
After a massive fire displacement from their Lower Haight home base in San Francisco and a short-lived stint in the Inner Richmond Neighborhood, we are happy to announce that Fecal Face Gallery has found a permanent home in the Mission District. Their first show in their new location titled MCD LAB #3 opens tomorrow, January, 6, featuring new print work from local artists Matt Furie, Jeremy Fish, Alyana Udseen, and more.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 11, 2011
We took a little time on Friday afternoon to preview Travis Millard and Mel Kadel's newest show in San Francisco at Fecal Face Dot Gallery. The show features individual and collabrative works, as well as 50 of Millard's new ghost sculpture project.
Juxtapoz // Monday, June 06, 2011
Mel Kadel and Travis Millard will be opening a show at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco on Saturday, June 11. For the occasion, Mr. Millard made this really great video, "Ghosted," that you can watch here.
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 07, 2011
We like Paul Ulrich. He made one of the best pairs of Nike SB Dunks that there ever were made. That is not where the liking stops, as we like his fine art as well, and we hadn't heard from him in awhile but we see he is showing at Fecal Face Dot Gallery tonight, January 7, in San Francisco. Images and info after the jump . . .