Thursday, December 23, 2010

work at Hayes Valley

Guys who are working at Hayes Valley, San Francisco.

Rufus, Bassoonists at SF Opera orchestra.
acrylic, ink and color pencil on rives BFK.

 Scott, hair stylist at Oxenrose, 
acrylic, ink and color pencil on rives BFK.

Michael, chef at Jardiniere, 
acrylic, ink and color pencil on rives BFK.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

girls in san francisco

More amazing artists I met in San Francisco, in their personal style.
Aurora, in black vest and skirt. color pencil, ink and acrylic
Akane, In red trench coat. color pencil, ink and acrylic

Sunday, November 14, 2010

one of the random weekday, at Guerrero Street

This is one of my favorite cafes in the city. That day , a big monkey bag pack hang by the door.
(big greeting smile :))

girl with blue flower behind the cashier, ball point pen and color pencil.

He reminds me of men from J.C. Leyendecker's Illustration.
ink, ballpoint pen, color pencil.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

girls in San Francisco

I've met many amazing girls who came from different places to SF for studying art . They are not only great artists also lovable person in life; I like their art, also their personal styles outside the studio, without the brushes and aprons. 
Hana, color pencil, ink and acrylic.

Ximena, in black shirt, color pencil and acrylic. 

Monday, November 8, 2010

In San Francisco

I have some favorite fashion websites that I check on everyday. There are the famous street style snapshot blogs, such as the Sartorialist, Stylesightings and  Street Peeper. To me they are not only the great references of fashion illustration, also show me many different faces of  beautiful cities around the world.
I've been living in San Francisco for 11 years,  this amazing city inspires me everyday. I always find interesting people on the street of the city, they are unique and beautiful in a the way that no where else can compare. Trying to save the moment with pen and paper is enjoyable :)

Girl in over size plaid shirt,  Four Barrel Coffee @ Valencia Street

Sunday, July 25, 2010