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Street Fighter Art Show Tribute

Ron English

For many kids (and now adults), Street Fighter is one of the most iconic arcade games of all time. Last weekend, San Francisco lifestyle boutique Bait paid tribute to the game by throwing a Street Fighter event featuring an art exhibition, mini tournament which was streamed live with onsite commentary, and a personal appearance by series producer Ono-san.

According to Vinyl Pulse, a steady stream of visitors showed up throughout the day – some looking to challenge SF local pros. Others spent time checking out their awesome art show, which featured original drawings, paintings and toys by artists Ron English, Jerome Lu, Kwestone, and Kidokyo.


Miggs-85


Kidokyo


Playkill


Jerome Lu










Bait's website
Photos via [Vinyl Pulse]

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