’Tis the season to find that very special something(s) for your very special someone(s). It can be tough to track down just the right pressie, so we’re putting together a series of holiday gift guides full of great local stuff from great local artists and businesses.
Here are some ideas for the folks in your life who left their hearts in San Francisco:
"I Love You California" Cactus Print ($25 - $350)
Local cacti and succulents surround this California bear-hug by Annie Galvin of 3 Fish Studios in San Francisco, California. Printed on-site in the Outer Sunset.
Monster Print Combo ($200)
King Gidorah takes on San Francisco's Sutro Tower! Gamera takes on San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge! Godzilla takes on San Francisco's Transamerica Pyramid! Mothra makes an appearance at the Peace Pagoda! Thses are digital reproductions of Eric Rewitzer's linocut--carved at California's 3 Fish Studios, then printed on-site in the Outer Sunset.
San Francisco 6-Pack ($15)
Each of these oversized postcards features an iconic San Francisco scene. The reproductions of Eric Rewitzer's original linocuts are suitable for framing for anyone who left their heart in this city by the bay.
The Wiggle ($30)
This one goes out to all the two-wheeled Wigglers out there--every bike-riding SFer who's made the journey between the Panhandle and Duboce Park. Pay tribute to the flat path with this linocut print by Eric Rewitzer.
Before 3 Fish Studios moved to its permanent home in the Outer Sunset, HQ was located in the Dogpatch. This original, three-color linocut by Eric Rewitzer pays tribute to the industrial beauty of that neighborhood.
49 Mile Scenic Drive City Skyline ($25 - $65)
San Francisco's famous skyline meets San Francisco's famous 49 Mile Scenic Drive seagull in this print by local artist Annie Galvin.
I Love You San Francisco ($25-$45)
Greetings from The City! We love San Francisco, and this print by local artist Annie Galvin is a perfect gift who anyone else who's got a soft spot for this crazy place.
SF Food Trucks Print ($55)
How do we love food? Let us count the ways. Each of these trucks makes awesome mobile grub for hungry San Franciscans. A great gift for your favorite foodie.
Golden Boy 2 ($175)
What a goddamn beaut. This original linocut by Eric Rewitzer captures one of San Francisco's coolest icons on a very clear, completely gorgeous day.