The end of September was a really fun week. I personally took a mid week trip with my girlfriend to see Modest Mouse at a Southern California legendary spot, Pappy and Harriets. It's located in Pioneertown, CA in the desert outside of Joshua Tree nat'l park. It's a super sweet old western film set turned destination venue. It was then Tim's birthday weekend so him and I took in another Modest Mouse show in San Francisco at the newly reopened Masonic. Great show with lots of awesome color and lights. We chilled near the back of the General Admission crowd to more easily swill beers and whiskey. After the show, we finished the night up with Bummer and Lazarus G and T's at a cool spot next to the Embarcadero BART station called Terminus. We then hopped on the last train back to the East bay. Tim's B day party was on Sunday at a rad mexican spot in Oakland. Great week for photos, take a look.

- George

Flying into Burbank.

Convenient Parking.

Coors shorties.

FIrst show of the week.

Tim and I stopped by an SF gallery and donated some prints to their show.

Second show of the week.

Baby Blue Sedan.


Pinata doppleganger.

There can only be one.

Photos by George Baker.

zines zines zines

Here is a few zines that I have bought or received in the last month or so. The first one I received through the power of the internets all the way from Spain! Here's a few pictures of Humectante #5 by Helena Exquis.

next, some Hamburgereyes zines that I bought. One of a Kind by SF's legendary Michael Jang,

and finally, this sweet zine, 777 by David Potes.

all super affordable and fun to have around the house, go get some! –Tim

Hot Glass, Cold Beer

Photos from "Hot Glass, Cold Beer". Every first Saturday of the month Public Glass puts on this really fun event. Roll up to the front table pick out a hand blown vessel of your choice for $25 and enjoy complimentary beer and wine! There are mind blowing glass demos accompanied by live music that goes on from 6-10. I am coming early next time. Beer is good, glass blowing is awesome! Featured artist of the month at Public Glass is Randy Strong.

Sketch Tuesday Photos

Photo's from April 20th Sketch Tuesday @Minna. I finally made it down to a sketch Tueday last night, and got to drink beer while I watched a bunch of talented artists sell quality work for killer bargain prices. Met a ton of nice people, walked away with some artwork and had fantastic time. pretty busy guy. Didn't walk away with a Jay Howell piece last night, but I hope to soon. Jay Howell portrait by Ferris Plock Really good prices.

Walked away proud owner of this deer by Justin Lovato and the Burger and a Hot Dog from Ferris Plock. Seriously one of the best nights I've had in SF.

The Tenderloin Project show @Medicine Agency

Photos from Sean Desmond's photo show 4/9/10

This past friday I attended The Tenderloin Project show, by photographer Sean Desmond. After stumbling onto this project a year ago at their website launch, I was pleased to see the amount of work that has happened over the past year. Really great photography and project for a great cause.

this time around local artists contributed. Some Mike Giant awesomeness.

other favorite

dozens of these silkscreens were plastered to one of the walls as part of the display. Very impressive.

This video does a great job showing some of the collaboration with the tenderloin neighborhood. Be sure to check out their website for more information about the project.

Issue #1 and Ride for red photos

Some photos from two shows I was lucky enough to be apart of. Thanks to everyone involved. It was a great time. P1030184_hires


Brian slanging zines.


all the photos I could take that night. got any?


Ride for Red show



favorite piece by James Adam Price



The Amazing A Money




Prints and zine's still available, contact us at bitbyzeus@gmail.com if you'd like one.

Ride for Red Silk Screen

Some silkscreens that I made with Tom Roe, for  "Ride for Red," a benefit art show for AIDS life cycle, happening this Thursday @ Space Gallery on Polk St from 6:00–10:30pm. Designs inspired by photographs from personal bike rides. There will only be 8 of each print available, so if you can, please come by and check out a lot of great work, at a great gallery, for an even greater cause. Also, click through for some fun photos at Stache press. Red_birds

Red Bridge








Printed at Stache Press. 22x30 Stonehenge Printmaking Paper, Warm White.