Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Paints New San Francisco Mural in Tokyo

If you find yourself feeling a little homesick for San Francisco next time you’re having a Bill Murray/Scarlett Johansson moment in Tokyo, Bernal Heights artist Amos Goldbaum has helped create a place where you can go to feel right at home. Wise Sons, the Jewish delicatessen anchored on the corner of 24th Street and Shotwell … Continue reading Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Paints New San Francisco Mural in Tokyo

Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Creates New T-Shirt Based on His Pinhole Coffee Mural

If you’re headed to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday — and you ARE headed to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday, aren’t you??? — then you should also be on the lookout for celebrity Bernal Heights artist Amos Goldbaum. Born-and-raised here in Bernal, Neighbor Amos creates intricate line-drawings of San Francisco streetscapes, such as the … Continue reading Bernal Artist Amos Goldbaum Creates New T-Shirt Based on His Pinhole Coffee Mural

New Amos Goldbaum Mural Planned for Pinhole Coffee

Neighbor Amos Goldbaum is a Bernal Heights treasure. Born-and-raised here in the neighborhood, Neighbor Amos is an artist who creates intricate line-drawings of San Francisco streetscapes. His t-shirts and hoodies have become popular totems of low-key San Francisco cool, and more recently he’s also been doing large-scale murals, such as this one in Noe Valley and a … Continue reading New Amos Goldbaum Mural Planned for Pinhole Coffee

ALERT! Neighbor Amos Goldbaum’s “Interceptor” Work Vehicle Has Been Stolen

Well, this sucks. Amos Goldbaum is a wonderful Bernal artist whose work we have celebrated here often. Neighbor Amos grew up here, and he still lives in Precitaville, and he earns much of his income by selling t-shirts of his work at street fairs and events around the city. To do that, he uses an … Continue reading ALERT! Neighbor Amos Goldbaum’s “Interceptor” Work Vehicle Has Been Stolen

Artist Amos Goldbaum Unveils Sexy New Bernal Hill T-Shirt

Artist Amos Goldbaum was born and raised in Bernal Heights, and he still lives here today. He’s rather well known around town for his intricate illustrations of iconic San Francisco landmarks, and his work looks great on your body or on your building. He’s also a local history geek, so his images are often inspired by historical views … Continue reading Artist Amos Goldbaum Unveils Sexy New Bernal Hill T-Shirt

This Is the New Bernal Heights Graphic from Artist Amos Goldbaum

Pro Tip: If you’re heading to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday — and you are going to Fiesta on the Hill this Sunday, aren’t you? — look for Bernal-born artist Amos Goldbaum’s booth on Cortland. That’s where you’ll find the t-shirts with Neighbor Amos’s sexy new Bernal Heights graphic, shown above. So lovely! So detailed! So locavore! … Continue reading This Is the New Bernal Heights Graphic from Artist Amos Goldbaum

This Coso Cowboy Was the Most Badass Buckaroo in Bernal Heights

We don’t know much about him — his tale has been lost in the foggy mists of Bernal Heights lore. But while doing some archival research at the San Francisco Public Library, celebrity artist and Bernal native Amos Goldbaum recently uncovered this insanely adorable photo of a proud cowboy riding the range at the foot of the Coso Triangle … Continue reading This Coso Cowboy Was the Most Badass Buckaroo in Bernal Heights

A Sneak Preview of Sunday’s New 2014 Fiesta on the Hill on Cortland

Mark your calendars, planning people. Fiesta on the Hill happens this Sunday, October 26. Fiesta on the Hill is a Bernal tradition — a bustling Cortland street party that also benefits the intensely important Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center. This year, the organizing committee decided to *cough cough* spice up the marriage a bit by rethinking the standard Fiesta on … Continue reading A Sneak Preview of Sunday’s New 2014 Fiesta on the Hill on Cortland

To Assuage Bernal-Envy, Noe Valley Commissions Bernal Artist to Create Gorgeous New Mural

Pity, those poor souls from Noe Valley, and the cruel torment of their Gatsby Complex. It’s well known that many residents to our west suffer from a deep-seated sense of longing and envy as they stare at the glamorous majesty of Bernal Hill from their homes in Noe Valley. So it should perhaps come as … Continue reading To Assuage Bernal-Envy, Noe Valley Commissions Bernal Artist to Create Gorgeous New Mural

Bernal Heights Once Had Its Very Own Doggie Diner, and It Looked Fabulous

Doggie Diner was a chain of fast food restaurants scattered around the Bay Area. The franchise enjoyed its heyday during a mid-1960s expansion, during which it installed rotating doggie-head mascots above each of its 30 or so restaurants. The doggie-heads became iconic in San Francisco, even after the Doggie Diner chain shut down for good … Continue reading Bernal Heights Once Had Its Very Own Doggie Diner, and It Looked Fabulous

Bernal-Born Artist Creates Stylish Bernal Hill T-Shirt

Fashion Alert! Bernalwood is a big fan of Amos Goldbaum’s wearable views of San Francisco. Plus, our sources tell us that he actually grew up in Bernal Heights (Fair Ave.) and that he still lives here (on Precita). All that may help explain why Goldbaum created a brand-new design that depicts Bernal Hill. Amos tells … Continue reading Bernal-Born Artist Creates Stylish Bernal Hill T-Shirt