This series of little drawings represents some famous and some lesser known San Francisco landmarks. I have put these images on a silk-screen and I am in the process of making posters.
Posted in 2014, art, illustration, silk screen, Uncategorized |
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This is a romanticized version of the Queen Wilhelmina Windmill in Golden Gate Park. I love seeing this above the trees when I’m on the Great Highway. After the Doggy Diner head, this may be my favorite San Francisco landmark.