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Digital Collage Experiments by Viet Huynh

“An experiment through scanned images. Created purely for visual.”

Viet Huynh is a Saigon-born designer currently based in San Francisco, CA. He is a pixel fabricator, cat enthusiast and dope suits advocate who is focused on graphic design, typography and illustration.

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Weebly’s Headquarters in San Francisco

Designed by Huntsman Architectural Group, Weebly’s new headquarters in San Francisco’s South Park neighborhood boasts a gym, a cocktail bar, and a soundproof jam room. The design, although sleek and contemporary, is still very much connected to the building’s history and its uses over the years. Inside, the variety of spaces and work settings is outstanding, from a dining area for 200 to stylish, glass-enclosed conference rooms, chic interview rooms, and fun sit-to-stand desks. Other impressive features include a resident chef, DJ booth, gaming area, laundry facility, a nursing room for new mothers, and the so-called “secret room” – a speakeasy-inspired space decorated with antique leather furniture, velvet wallpaper, and exposed-filament lighting. Photography by Matthew Millman

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“It’s almost the end of August now and we’re a strong stride past the half way point of 2015. A lot of shit has gone down. A lot of shit more important then what gets shine too. Every day there’s some TV show someone is baffled that I haven’t watched yet. Every day there’s another Hypebeast in a shirt of a band they don’t listen to. Every day another skater buys a motorcycle. Every day another ex v neck supporter tucks in their shirt. Hah. It’s all so much to take in.

I guess I like to make it my job to remind you that even amidst the mania that is the information age full of horny millennials; it’s important to remember—CREATE MORE THAN YOU CONSUME. Blah blah blah. Preach preach preach. Rant rant rant. Take what you want from all that. Just always remember that times morph into quick and some of the trending topics you’re indulged in will be something to be ashamed of a few months away. Get you some timelessness in your life.”

-Twenty Fifteen 101,” a crucial photo set and accompanying essay by Alexander Spit.

1st Annual SF Cheese Fest, September 18-20

San Francisco cheese lovers take note, in just a few weeks you’ll see the arrival of the first-ever San Francisco Cheese Fest. Opportunities for consuming, learning about and celebrating cheese — and everything that pairs well with it — and meeting the cheesemakers who make all those cheese you love, will be a-plenty. Get your tickets now: 

Love cheese?  Then join the California Artisan Cheese Guild for a first-ever SF Cheese Fest, a series of events to celebrate cheesemakers, Bay Area brews, and the best of local craft food production. SF Cheese Fest takes place on Friday, Sept 18, Saturday, Sept 19  and Sunday, Sep 20th. The main event will be on Saturday, a Cheesemaker Celebration from 7-10 p.m. at Dogpatch WineWorks. At this celebration you’ll meet dozens of cheesemakers, cheesemongers, goat wranglers, sheep ranchers, cow and buffalo milkers and more.  The evening will be filled with music from The Easy Leaves and DJ Lisa Pezzino.

Other SF Cheese Fest events include a Friday night Beer Tasting @ Eat Real Fest, a Hoppy Hour @ Smokestack, a Wine & Cheese Tasting @ Sutton Cellars, a Saturday hands-on cheesemaking class by SF Milk Maid and finally, a Tour du Fromage bike ride on Sunday by Velo Fromage. Show your love for working farms, fuzzy animals and amazing handcrafted cheese by joining us for any or all of these activities. SF Cheese Fest is a cheese lover’s dream come true.

Participating Creameries:
Achadinha Cheese Company, Barinaga Ranch, Beehive Cheese Company, Bellwether Farms, Bleating Heart Cheese, Central Coast Creamery, Cowgirl Creamery, Cypress Grove Chevre, Ewetopia Dairy , Fiscalini Farmstead Cheese , Laura Chenel’s Chèvre , Marin French Cheese Company, Nicasio Valley Cheese Co., Orland Farmstead Creamery, Pedrozo Dairy & Cheese Co., Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co., Pugs Leap Cheese, Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Schoch Family Farmstead, Shamrock Artisan Cheese, Sierra Cheese Company, The Epicurean Connection, Tomales Farmstead Creamery, Valley Ford Cheese Co., Weirauch Farm and Creamery

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Kaaboo.

D Young V

For installation at Del Mar, CA

D Young V is participating at Kaaboo through 111 Minna. These wheat paste are carbon, coffee and paint and will be hung opposite each other. He will also be painting a mural.

See other art  and follow D Young V on Tumblr and other social media.

http://www.dyoungv.com