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Apr 25, 2012

Andrew Bell & Gary Ham for Playsam 500 (04.28)

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The Playsam 500 is just around the corner and as we get closer, we get to see what all of the participating artists have to offer. Above we have submissions from Andrew Bell and Gary Ham.

For Andrew’s piece, he went with the “less is more” route. By adding more simple shaped pieces as well as different stains. He also took two of the wheels and turned one of them into the hands and the other into a miniature Streamliner. Great job Andrew!

Since proceeds of this show will be going to the World Childhood Foundation, Gary decided to go with a fond memory he had when he was a kid. “Some Play in Autumn” features a young child playing in a pile of leaves under a huge tree. Something we all enjoyed when we were kids. The tire swing is a great touch.

The Playsam 500 is taking place this Saturday, April 28th at Super7 in San Francisco.

Super7 Store
1427 Haight St (@ Masonic)
San Francisco, CA 94117


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