Up your pin game at Mission Comics

Check it out:

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It’s It pins!

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From PSA Press, the makers of the Casa Sanchez “Jimmy the Cornman” pin and the Doggie Diner head pin, a very special new set:

*Choose from Vanilla, Mint, or the BRAND NEW 2016 flavor Green Tea. Buy all 3 as a set and save $$$ (see options/images below)

A San Francisco legend that was born in 1928 when it was first created and sold exclusively at the equally iconic Playland Amusement Park next to Ocean Beach that closed in 1972 after 46 years. There are 6 well known IT’S-IT flavors. On August 18th, 2016 the latest (7th) flavor was revealed to be Green Tea.

Limited Edition enamel pin

1.25 inches

Hard enamel antique gold with 3 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.

*You can have the actual ice cream treat delivered: www.itsiticecream.com

Get your It’s It pins here, and/or browse the rest of PSA Press’s products here.

Doggie Diner head enamel pin

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From PSA Press, the makers of the Casa Sanchez “Jimmy the Cornman” pin, comes this new beauty. Here’s some info:

Doggie Diner was a fast food restaurant chain in San Francisco + Oakland, CA that operated from 1948 to 1986. Each restaurant was topped with a giant rotating fiberglass weiner dog head in a bow tie and chef’s hat. The Doggie Diner head has become a local icon and was declared an official San Francisco Landmark (no. 254). The last head resides at Sloat Boulevard and 45th Avenue in San Francisco, CA.

Limited Edition enamel pin

1.25 inches

Soft enamel black dye metal with 2 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.

Get one here.

Now please enjoy these previous posts about Doggie Diner heads and stuff…

Casa Sanchez ‘Jimmy the Cornman’ enamel pin

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Local pin purveyors PSA Press explain their product:

Casa Sanchez is a chip/salsa company based in San Francisco, CA that was founded in the 1920′s. Their mascot “Jimmy the Cornman” has become a local icon. In 1999, Casa Sanchez attracted national attention when it unveiled its new marketing campaign: get a tattoo of “Jimmy the Cornman” and get free lunch for life. Because of this over 200 people have Jimmy on their bodies forever. The Taqueria is now closed but Casa Sanchez remains the highest selling salsa in California, a true staple of the Golden State.

Limited Edition enamel pin

1.5 inches

Soft enamel black dye metal with 3 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.

Get yours here.

Loving my Golden State 73ers shirt

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As comfy as it is stylish!

Cool old the Attic shirt

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RIP

[via punkgirls]

Seinfeld episode predicted how guys would look in 2016 or so

Funny thing is, it’s the episode where Jerry gets a bad haircut (and wears a hat to cover it up):

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I see that haircut AND that hat around the Mission all the time these days! Right??

Bonus: Newman gag at the end precursor to recent developments on Last Man on Earth?

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Practicing maximalism

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Mai explains her outfit to local fashion blog SF Looks:

I’m currently practicing maximalism (a la Gucci) as a reaction to a prevailing minimalist style. This outfit is more tame than others [...]

Read on for the full photo and more on the necklace and Wrangler jacket.

New edition of Amos Goldbaum’s rad Steph Curry shirt!

Steph Curry as Thunder shirts are back! Get one online (link in bio) or this weekend on Valencia and 23rd!

A photo posted by Amos Goldbaum (@amosgoldbaum) on

Last chance to celebrate Chinatown street style – closing reception for “Chinatown Pretty”

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Checkitout:

CHINATOWN PRETTY: a photo exhibit celebrating SF Chinatown street style with photos and stories by Andria Lo and Valerie Luu

CLOSING RECEPTION
Friday, April 8th
41 Ross Alley / Chinatown, San Francisco CA 94108
4-8pm
Beer provided by Tiger Beer

Read lots more about the show and RSVP and invite your friends here!