Monday, December 9, 2013

Location for Popups in San Francisco: Naked Kitchen




If you are looking for a location to hold a Popup restaurant in San Francisco, there are several options. One is called, Naked Kitchen

The describe their mission as three-fold:

"We created Naked Kitchen to:

-Provide our talented chefs (seasoned as well as up-and-coming) creative freedom to explore something new in a casual and relaxed space

-Offer our members an intimate experience to commune over food, wine, stories and laughter

-Support our local artists by showcasing a visual collection that enhances the sensual experience"

See a full schedule of upcoming events at www.NakedKitchenSF.com


Monday, December 2, 2013

Miami Project Holiday Popup Shop




Miami Project, the boutique art fair with contemporary and modern artwork side-by-side in Wynwood from December 3 to 8, 2013, will feature a special popup shop for the holidays. Over 50 pieces of artist-designedmerchandise will be for sale from $10 to $1,000.

These items were commissioned by a wide range of premiere nonprofit institutions from across the country, including: The New Museum, The Walker Art Center, CreativeTime, Printed Matter, Project Row Houses, Art Production Fund, and Museum ofContemporary Art North Miami. During the run of Miami Project, all proceeds fromthe popup shop will benefit the participating institutions.

Merchandise by the vanguard artists represented in the shop will include: playing cards and clocks by Tauba Auerbach, beach towels by John Baldessari and KehindeWiley, unique sculptures by the Bruce High Quality Foundation, a knife by PaulChan, bookplates by Francesco Clemente, Eric Fischl, and Claes Oldenberg, magnets and mugs by Tracey Emin, skateboards by Liam Gillick, scarves by Peter Halley, water bottles by Joseph Kosuth, unique sculptures by Margaret Lee, waterbottles and scarves by Raymond Pettibon, shopping bags by Richard Prince, a six-in-one screwdriver by Tom Sachs, a travel wallet by David Shrigley, and building blocks
by Lawrence Weiner.

These artist-made items are perfect for holiday shopping. Purchases can be wrapped with giftwrap designed by Daniel Eatock, commissioned by the Walker, free ofcharge.

Nearby the pop up shop will be a unique opportunity for visitors to the fair to take home an artwork for free. At the Perrier Collect Art Giveaway, the public can enter to win a neon sculpture by San Francisco artist Meryl Pataky.

Miami Project is presented with support from the Wall Street Journal, Luxe magazine, Perrier, the Midtown Doral, Porcelanosa, Perrier, New Amsterdam Vodka, and Shellback Rum.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Art.com Pop-up Shop with Nigel Barker and Bombay Sapphire


Art.com hosted an event by Fashion and Celebrity photographer, Nigel Barker and sponsored by BOMBAY SAPPHIRE gin at its new pop-up shop location in downtown San Francisco, near Union Square.

Nigel Barker shared the inspiration behind his Art.com photography collection during this intimate meet-and-greet, which included cocktails (see below for recipes).

Nigel Barker has been a creative force in the worlds of fashion, beauty and entertainment for the past 20 years. He is internationally renowned for his photography, and his career has been punctuated by an array of fascinating projects. Nigel's work has included commercials, spokesperson roles, books, photograph exhibitions, international editorial assignments and the creation of his own show, The Shot on VH1. After 17 seasons as a judge on the hit show, America's Next Top Model, Barker is now the host of the Oxygen Network's The Face, alongside Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha. 

WHERE: Art.com Pop-up Shop
117 Post Street (at Kearny Street)
San Francisco, CA 94108 


Gin & Tonic Reimagined:

1 ½ parts Bombay Sapphire East
3 parts Fever-Tree tonic water
Lime slice
Lemongrass stalk
Basil
Black peppercorns
Build all with cubed ice in large, Spanish-style wine glass. Squeeze one lime slice and add garnishes as desired.

*This preparation prevents the tonic from overpowering the natural botanicals, bringing the flavors of BOMBAY SAPPHIRE East to the forefront. When using this method, one can choose to highlight any of the 12 botanicals already found in the gin.


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Monday, October 14, 2013

City Senses Pop-Up Gallery by Canon’s PIXMA PRO




Canon’s PIXMA PRO City Senses Pop-Up Gallery in San Francisco hosted by Food Network celebrity chef Tyler Florence took place on Tuesday, October 8th at the Folsom Street Foundry.

The event featured photographs from Tyler as well as San Francisco photographers Robyn Lehr and Erin Kunkel. Attendees were able to experience the power of print as one of the Bay Area’s most iconic locations was brought to life in an interactive sensorial gallery.

This meant that they literally were exposed to sounds, smells, and other relevant senses while looking at photographs created on the Canon’s PIXMA PRO printers.

Canon’s PIXMA PRO printers create large format high resolution images from digital cameras.
 




Saturday, July 13, 2013

Pop-up Parks bring life to City blocks



Pop-up parks are changing the urban landscape.

Per the Philly.com


The hideaway in question is the latest addition to Philadelphia's growing collection of pop-up parks, an increasingly popular and low-cost way for cities to carve out green retreats amid the crowded hardscape desert. This one is brought to you by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and, to be honest, it's not really hidden. It's right there across from the Kimmel Center, between Spruce and Pine Streets. It just feels as if it were a world away.
You could similarly indulge your escapist fantasies at the Porch, alongside 30th Street Station; at the University City District's new Baltimore Avenue plaza; or at Eakins Oval. As of Thursday, the interior of that glorified traffic circle has been outfitted with Parisian-style cafe tables and christened, "The Oval."
But it is PHS's pop-up that will make you feel you've truly left the pressures of the city behind. That is due partly to the site - a vacant lot cradled between the pocked brick walls of two survivor buildings - partly to good design, partly to beer. OK, beer is a big reason the pop-up is so irresistible.
PHS has assembled pop-up gardens on such vacant lots for the past two summers as a way to take its mission to the streets and put leftovers from its annual flower show to good use. Those installations were artful, but static.


Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Gorilly Popup Showrooms and Boutiques: In the Truck




When you think you want to take your new products on the road from neighborhood to neighborhood for people to see and try, then the new Gorilly Popup Showrooms are one way to do it.

Set up inside of a truck, these showrooms are as mobile as you can get.




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