Erin Feher, SanFrancisco Magazine

Erin Feher

SanFrancisco Magazine

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Ken Fulk Converts a Catholic Church into Something Far More Fabulous

The designer’s transformation of a SoMa cathedral will convince any aesthete that they’ve died and gone to heaven. → Read More

This Group Gets Democrats and Republicans to Do Something Radical: Talk to Each Other

Better Angels is doing the saintly work of getting liberals and conservatives in the same room—and teaching them to play nice. → Read More

Affinities: Skate Like a Mom

A crew of mothers find freedom on eight wheels—and get to feel like kids again. → Read More

The Art of Parenthood

At the home of artists Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock, domestic life is a creative work in process. → Read More

Four Design Finds with Serious Vacation Vibes

Can’t get away? From surfboard art to a waterfront taproom, these new design discoveries will whisk you to faraway places. → Read More

Jay Jeffers’s New Book Shows Off His Most Daring Interiors

The designer’s bold moves made him a star early in his career. Fifteen years later, his work is as sassy and swaggering as ever. → Read More

The de Young’s Latest Fashion Exhibition Turns Muslim Stereotypes Inside Out

The de Young’s Latest Fashion Exhibition Turns Muslim Stereotypes Inside Out → Read More

Inside a Record Store Owner–Turned–Artist’s Mission Oasis

Fiber artist Windy Chien has reinvented herself more than once, and her Mission district home reflects all her life’s twists and turns. → Read More

How the Indie Radio Station Is Helping S.F. Hang Onto Its Soul

From its weird and whimsical playhouse in the Mission, beams out audio therapy for uncertain times. → Read More

‘The Speakeasy’ Regulars Can’t Stop Traveling Back to the ’20s

And they’re deadly serious about the decade-specific dress. → Read More

This Exhibition Is an Ode to Black Hair

The cosmetological is political. → Read More

Four Emerging Brands That Are One-Upping Everyday Basics

From simple leather slip-ons in candy colors to Pima cotton tees in hard-to-find sizes, these designers are finding their niche. → Read More

How a Design Couple Turned Their NoPa Victorian into a Live-Work Utopia

The husband-and-wife team behind Homework Design are business partners, co-parents, and muses for each other’s creative output. → Read More

Skate the Rainbow

Queer skaters take to the streets during Unity Skateboarding’s all-inclusive meet-ups. → Read More

Seeking Professional Help

When an amateur decorator got tired of working alone, she went out in search of a partner. → Read More

Look What Flew In from Milan

The flyest designs from the world’s flashiest furniture fair are about to land stateside. → Read More

Going Backstage with the Metalheads of the East Bay

From grindcore to doom metal to blackgaze, the East Bay metal scene is real—and real loud. → Read More

These 20 Makers Are Fueling the East Bay’s Design Boom

From pot throwers and metalsmiths to extreme weavers and medicine-hat fabricators, the creative streak is strong in the East Bay. A portfolio of leading craftspeople. → Read More

Lift Every Saddle

When the Bill Pickett Rodeo comes to town, the pride rises like dust. → Read More

Design Lust: Outdoorsy Interiors, Upscale Athletic Gear, and a Vintage Airstream Stocked with Sex Toys

A cult Swedish backpack, a mobile vibrator showroom, and other spring awakenings. → Read More