by thesanfranciscoegotist / October 22, 2020 /
by thesanfranciscoegotist / May 4, 2020 /
"Month two of quarantine is upon us. Artists still don’t have gigs. As we dwell in this liminal reality, we’ve realized that people need work and purpose. Artists want a commission, not a free lunch. Let’s explore opportunities that empower artists to rejuvenate our society[Read More]
by thesanfranciscoegotist / April 21, 2020 /Faced with some downtime, we're loving what some agencies are doing. Check out SF shop Recreation's Paper to Pixels Project, which aims to encourage the creativity of kids. Have your child submit a drawing of a unique character for a chance to have their creative team enhance it through professional illustration and animation. The original character design is from their imagination–Recreation will help bring it to life.
by Egotist / February 20, 2020 /
For Black History Month, Eleven Inc. wanted to reflect on African American history from a different perspective - by recreating African American heroes in purely African terms. They created the "African gods mask" Instagram filter, put up large-sized posters near their offices in the financial district, and printed smaller sizes to hand out to folks for free.
by thesanfranciscoegotist / December 16, 2019 /
Founded in 2006, The Sketchbook Project is a continually-growing, crowd-sourced library housing over 46,000 books from over 100 different companies. Located in the Brooklyn Art Library, the collection is open to the public and anyone can contribute (as long as the sketchbook follows the guidelines).
by thesanfranciscoegotist / October 16, 2019 /
If you don't know about the Letterform Archive, then you shouldn't even call yourself a creative. It's been an Egotist favorite for years and may literally be the best thing in San Francisco.
by thesanfranciscoegotist / August 12, 2019 /
Bob Ross painted more than 1,000 landscapes for his television show — so why are they nearly impossible to find? The New York Times reporter Aaron Byrd solves one of the internet’s favorite little mysteries.
by thesanfranciscoegotist / April 24, 2019 /
If you're a fan of SweeTARTS, you'll probably love this new campaign from [Read More]