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Big Day: We Received a Small Business of the Year Award!

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Big Day: We Received a Small Business of the Year Award!

May 24th was a major day for us at 3 Fish Studios. After an incredible four years in our creative home in the Outer Sunset, we were so honored to receive a Small Business of the Year award from our fantastic District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang. And: Boy-oh-boy, it was also Eric’s 50th! What a way to celebrate… We spent the afternoon at City Hall, accepting our certificate with a truly incredible group of local organizations; great company in a great city, and we couldn’t be prouder to be a part of our little coastal community that makes up one...

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Mothers' Day Goodies in the Studio!

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Mothers' Day Goodies in the Studio!

We're got moms on our minds this weekend, and have stocked up the studio with spesh stuff for all the mums, mamas, and mothers in your lives. Come by for cards and art for the gals you love!   KEEP IN TOUCH! *Like us on Facebook: 3 Fish Studios*Follow us on Twitter: @3fishstudios*Follow us on Instagram: @3fishstudios*Follow us on Pinterest: 3 Fish Studios

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Friday Fish List: What We Loved This Week, 3/4/2016

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Friday Fish List: What We Loved This Week, 3/4/2016

  Obsession is such a strong word, so I will just say this: The 3 Fish Studios gang is very deeply appreciative of the sweet deliciousness of Cadbury Mini Eggs, which are finally in season. We are going through a lot of these teensy treats. Like: A lot. Like: It's probable Annie has a few in her pocket right this moment.  Chocolates in her pocket, paintbrush in her hand, she's still killing it with her daily doodle series. Check out our latest weekly update; follow along on Instagram and Pinterest; and find your faves for purchase in limited edition prints.  And...

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Anatomy of a Print: Windward

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Anatomy of a Print: Windward

A real-life, ultra-gnarled cypress fascinated Eric for a looong time before he finally decided to immortalize it in linoleum. Here’s how an Outer Sunset icon came to life as Windward.  Eric: “I first noticed this tree like six years ago when I was running the trail between the two Great Highways. It’s right at the end of Noriega Street, and I love the story it tells. It survived even though it’s been so deformed. The wind—it just can’t take the wind. I got inspired to turn it into a print when I went to the end of Noriega street to shoot...

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Friday Fish List: What We Loved This Week, 2/12/2016

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Friday Fish List: What We Loved This Week, 2/12/2016

The end of the week is when Orlie gets blendy. Look at this lady and her ombre inks! Big news this week is that Eric is *almost* done with a brand-spankin' new linocut, and--spoiler alert--it is going to be so, so, so good. Seriously--just looking at this plate all carved and inked up is enough to get the heart racing. We'll have more about the story behind the design soon--this old bendy tree really exists at the end of Noriega Street--but in the meantime feel free to ooh, ahh, and admire this craftsmanship.  Annie's going strong with her daily doodles--week...

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