JamesPrestonSF's Shop Announcement

James Preston has been creating impressive psychedelic art for over 25 years.
He owns and operates JPSF at 1322 Haight Street in San Francisco's infamous Haight Ashbury neighborhood, where he sells his art. For the first time ever, James is excited to share his art with the Etsy and online communities.

James has a strong tie with the musical community, as he began his career selling his art and decorating events for the Grateful Dead and Bill Graham Presents. These ties culminated when the Grateful Dead chose James' famous star tapestry as the background art for their only tie dye album cover. The album, Ladies and Gentlemen... the Grateful Dead, was released in December 2000.
James' psychedelic art became iconic and his tie dye flags hung in Squaw Valley on the Olympic flag poles when Jerry Garcia played there. James' star tie dye flag hung on the San Francisco City Hall flagpole when Jerry Garcia died.

After 20 years at Positively Haight Street, his previous store in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood, James has become a fixture in this historic neighborhood. In his new store, JPSF, James and his son Uriah Clearlight have been creating innovative silk screen art. We invite you to check out more of this new art and wears at:

Please visit our website at for more information and beautiful psychedelic art.

We hope you enjoy our shop!

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.