Banksy maybe becoming a bit ubiquitous (okay say that ten-times-fast), but I definitely think he makes the world a better place. (See early post here).
WebUrbanist meanwhile keeps doing damn good curating on a daily basis. They are definitely on my list: One-Hundred-Blogs-You-Must-Subscribe-To-Before-You-Die-List. If I was president I would add two hours to each day just so I could surf through their site. Yesterday they started an eight part series dedicated to the unknown man. So if you were wondering, that's why I was in such a smiley mood.
Today (07.22.08) WebUrbanist posted part two on the stencils of Banksy.
SF Film Society Blog
It is the final final day of this glorious #SFIFF marquee! Get out there, see all the movies you can and join us 7:00 TONIGHT at the Castro for Closing Night festivities!
Do the letters F.O. mean anything to you? You chasin' somebody? Somebody chasin' you? What are YOU doing Thursday night?
#SFIFF Closing Night
May 5👨🏻7:00👨🏻Castro Theatre
Sipping on #Hennessy at the #SFIFF Lounge tonight. A lovely way to unwind.
#FromAfar director Lorenzo Vigas at the Roxie Theater. Love that neon. Photo by Pat Mazzera. #SFIFF
#NationalBird director Sonia Kennebeck, producer Ines Hofmann Kanna and subjects at the Victoria Theatre. Photo by Pat Mazerra. #SFIFF #WomenInFilm
Joel Coen, Jonathan Turell and Peter Becker of Janus Films and the Criterion Collection and Ethan Coen at the Castro Theatre. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF
VR Day was cool. Photo by Tommy Lau. #SFIFF
#Sonita director Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF
Such a great night at PROXY with movie-lovers cozying up to see the Ross brothers' #ContemporaryColor. #SFIFF
Love this shot of Jheri Jones, subject of #TheJoneses, at the Roxie Theater. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF