Incline Gallery. Ascension.
made a quick visit to this gallery for a show curated by the home skillet andres guerrero of the guerrero gallery. a fun group of artists covered the walls with a ramp leading up homie hang time, chill sessions, and beeeer! but i didn't have beer, sad face. go check the show!

incline gallery.
766 valencia st.
sf, ca 94110

come on up.
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lucien shapiro.
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going up.
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going up.
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richard coleman.
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bill mcright.
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tim diet.
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victor reyes.
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ryan del la hoz.
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and back down.
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Night Night.
about two weeks ago a good friend of mine had his first solo show as an artist at the spoke art gallery. and it's about damn time! dude is really good and finally he got his chance. after a number of groups shows, i hope this solo show is one of many more. go peep his website here and his etsy here. so peep his work, buy some patches, wear his pin, and please tell him the sciolist dot com directed you to his cools goods so he'll hook me up with free stuff for promoting his art. word to your mother!

dennis brown aka bagger43 aka 143.
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Gap Inc.
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turned out great.
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friends.
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POV.
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POV.
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the details.
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cool art bro.
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backbones.
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Blacks and Whites.
paper goods.
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a cool cool beverage. 
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forever young.
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*just a few things at the cannery row antique mall in monterey.
Earthlings.
you know, the camera is a great thing in life. i love photography. it captures moments we want to remember and document. and for me, it's an incredible way to express myself artfully as well. but it's not a substitute for trying remember great moments in our head and our hearts. there is another way you can cherish these moments when it's actually happening. it's called putting the camera down and the smart phone away. sometimes what you're tying to remember or enjoy is happening right in front of you to witness in real life and to simply soak in the moment. the most important recording device and lens you have, is your brain and your eyes. what these capture are called memories, just in case you forgot. memories are things you can take with you when life passes or when you dream. good luck trying to take your memory card passed the pearly gates (or down down the pit if' you've been a bad boy/girl) or think you'll dream of memories by sleeping with it under your pillow.

also, i say sometimes because there are times that i would whip out the camera and try to get a good shot. i too am a tourist at times and want to have a visual to look at and reminisce over in the future, but i don't forget that life is happening in front of me and the people i'm getting the chance to share the moment with. gotta balance it. so i take the photo then put my camera or smart phone aside rather than fighting with everyone for position trying to shoot the next cover for national geographic.

but in any case, it's a free(ish) country and you can do whatever floats your boat. i don't care, just get your damn phone outta my way when i'm trying to watch the weird looking sunfish randomly float around hammerhead sharks and blue fin tunas.

humans.
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yes.
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no.
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yes.
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yes.
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NO!
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hell yes.
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