Fraley’s Robot Repair Shop

News came via IO9 of a delightful art display by Philadelphian artist, Toby Atticus Fraley. This sculptor of highly-regarded robots has taken over a former entrance to the Pittsburgh Art Institute, with a year-long installation which is set to change throughout its duration. To quote the website’s own summary: The...

The “Raygun Gothic Rocket Ship” Has Landed

Update after update seems to focus on this, the Black Rock Art Foundation-funded raypunk showcase on San Francisco’s waterfront, but it does currently stand as a beacon for ‘the future that never was’ . This week it was acknowledged at its opening ceremony by San Francisco’s mayor, Gavin Newsom. The...

“Raygun Gothic Rocket” Landing Party

News comes via press release of the San Franciscan grand opening at Pier 14: San Francisco, August 6, 2010 – The Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF) and the Port of San Francisco will celebrate the opening on August 6th at 3:00 PM at Pier 14, of an iconic, large-scale sculpture created...

Raygun Gothic Rocket Ship in San Francisco

News came to me via Twitter user Doug DeLong of a raygun gothic art installation, residing in San Francisco after stints at Burning Man and NASA Ames for Yuri’s Night. The ship will replace a 10-foot arachnid sculpture on the Embarcadero waterfront, in residence until September 2011. Though its creation...