The first ROBOlympics, was held at Fort Mason’s Herbst Pavilion in San Francisco and featured hundreds of robots from around the world including fighting robots, sumo robots, maze-solving robots, androids that wrestle, do somersaults, and play soccer. Laughing Squid was one this year’s sponsors. The inaugural Robot Olympics must be doing something right…they’re being sued…
Check it out, Laughing Squid has two new post cards, “Make Mine Squid” by KRK Ryden and a collage by Louise Jarmilowicz. You can find them at The Odeon Bar and other fine establishments throughout San Francisco. Here’s the full series of Laughing Squid post cards that we have created so far.
photo by Scott Beale John Law & Christina Harbridge were married near the Golden Gate Bridge at dawn on Sunday, February 29, 2004. Congradulations! Here are my photos from that wonderful day.
photo by Scott Beale Laughing Squid and Attaboy’s Yumfactory shared a table at APE 2004 (Alternative Press Expo). Here’s are my photos from Sunday.
Our good friend Chris Hackett was seriously injured in an accident while working on an art project on January 24, 2004. Hackett, along with the Brooklyn art collective Madagascar Institute, has been a significant force in an amazing NY underground arts scene that has been evolving over the last 5 years. He could really use…
Santarchy worked its way across the globe in December with Santacon events in many cities. 2003’s major conquests were Tokyo and Antarctica!
photo by Scott Beale Douglas Adams’ quick and quirky scifi comedy radio play was performed live on stage at Spanganga in December 2003. Here are photos from the last performance.
photo by Scott Beale Here are some photos from the Sixth Episode of The Haunted Barn, “A San Francisco Nightmare”.