Gabriel Garbow is a lifelong devotee of art, drawing, and the male body. Garbow’s unique style takes cues from contemporary screen prints, pop art, and turn of the century book illustration. Recent series have run the gamut from explicit depictions of nude men to placid scenes from summer camp. You can view more on Gabriel’s website, and come check out his booth at the Fair, on Sunday October 1st!
Overstep Clothing will be returning to the Castro Street Fair this year with their screen printed tees and hats. Take your pick from with one of their unique San Francisco centric designs such as a giant moon behind the Golden Gate Bridge or their SF skyline constructed solely out of bike tire tracks. Their non-SF shirts are just as cool with our fave called “God Save the Queer”. Get a preview on Overstep Clothing’s website, and come check out their booth at the Fair, on Sunday October 1st!
The Stay Up Movement is a lifestyle brand that offers t-shirts, beanies, sunglasses, hoodies and more. Their designs are created with the idea of motivating the downtrodden and inspiring those who are relentless for success. Cool sunglasses, cozy hoodies, and more can be found on Stay Up Movement’s website, and come check out their booth at the Fair, on Sunday October 1st!