Archive | July, 2011

Bay Area Murals

30 Jul

Check out meme a 8:58 seconds.
This is from the non-profit (MAP) show casing murals in the Bay Area.


Beth Emmerich Tattoo Artist

29 Jul

Beth is one of our F&F women, not only can she tattoo many styles but her color work is amazing!
This this the 1st real mural she has very done using mixed medias including spray paint which we all know it takes time to learn how to use, she learned on this mural.


Shadow boxes by Beth

beth box


Check out Beth at Tempest Tattoo

You may HATE, but we celebrate !!

27 Jul

Miss Reds is a beast!! she is NON STOP traveling and painting while maintaing such a positive attitude..
Reds is not only a friend but a great artist, we are very lucky to have her on our team. Stay tuned Reds has a big agenda for this year!


reds handsReds saucy hand styles..

Estria’s Graffiti Battle Partners With The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival 2011

Interview in C.O.P Magazine
USVSTHEBUFF.COM Interview With Miss Reds
Very cool Female based Web site featuring Reds ToughLove
Check out more of Miss Reds! Here

Lady Mags and Siloette

26 Jul

Check out more from the F&F ladies on Siloette’s Blog

Looks bangin ladies!

Floreciendo Oakland Mural with FA Xochiltceive & Silver

26 Jul

This viral was filmed and edited by one of our ladies in F&F
Dj Angana.
great job ladies!

Dj Agana

Miss Jo ..

24 Jul

We are happy to welcome Johanna Mahaffy to our team!!
She is our Skate Representative, she will be in charge of coordinating our future F&F skate events!




Fallow Jo on Twitter

Influential Female Artist

21 Jul

Women artists have been involved in making art in most times and places, despite difficulties in training, travelling and trading their work, as well as gaining recognition…continues

Shim Chook-cha (1929-1953)
Painted this during the Korean war.

Wasima Al Agha (2003)
Painter who teaches art at Iraq’s Fine Arts Academy.

Marie-guillenmine Benoist (1768-1826)
Once slavery had been abolished in some places, this image became a symbol for women’s emancipation and African American’s rights.

Anna Bilinska
Ukrainian artist (1857-1893)

Ester Hernedez (1944)
Her artwork captures time, and makes sense of the complex world we live in. She aspires to create a visual dialogue for women’s role in this new multi-cultural millennium.

Frida Kahlo (1907-1954)
“I am not sick. I am broken.
But I am happy as long as I can paint.”


Tamara de Lempicka (1898 – 1980)
She was a Polish Art Deco painter.



sorry couldn’t list all..
Check out more artist Here