Intangible Futures, June, 2012

Intangible Futures, June, 2012

Posted by chuckthree on June 1, 2016 in Video

In June 2012, a team of fierce artists embarked on the 48 Hour Film Project. They were bound by the constraints of writing, filming and editing a story in 48 hours with a specific character name (Lance Lombardo), location (farmer’s market), line of dialogue (“I don’t have a clue.”) and genre (Period Piece). Who wants […]

Pop Up Photo #1

Pop Up Photo #1

On May 14, for a few hours a  group of artists took over Honey Bistro… and it was good… Phillip Cha captures images of everyday San Francisco in extraordinary ways. He adds a vibrant and transcendent quality using bold colors and framing. At the same time giving people a humanity to people living on the streets therein. […]

Art-a-thon 2016

Art-a-thon 2016

I can’t believe it’s been 8 years since the ArtSeed’s Art-a-thon came on the scene. The ocho! Now I am so happy Annika can share in such a warm community. Enjoy the photos…

Lanterns and Dragons

Lanterns and Dragons

Some images from decorations for the Lunar New Year and Parade.  

Beach Photos, Pulled Pork Sandwiches@Honey Bistro!

Beach Photos, Pulled Pork Sandwiches@Honey Bistro!

For those who are hungry and are looking to catch up on the latest Chuck Three photography, look no further than Honey Bistro! At this time, I have some of my favorite prints up from handheld long-exposures at Baker Beach, in the Presidio. Also, prints from A Day in the Life of Wesley and May […]

Urban Dinosaurs at Third Street Village Art Market

Urban Dinosaurs at Third Street Village Art Market

Construction is everywhere. San Francisco is changing. Laundry mats and hardware stores have turned into slick fashion boutiques; businesses have moved or closed, and are giving way to condos; and so forth. Construction cranes line the skyline and tower above the streets. Along with the cosmetic changes, a multitude of people have found themselves affected. […]