Thank you to Rene Garcia, Sandra Wong, Jon Rubin, Judy Moran, the San Francisco Art Commission, Oasis For Girls,
the Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Ari Solomon, Gene Kahn and Joe
at LeBeau for their help and support.
Market Street Art In Transit
Poster Series - Tagolog (2002)
San Francisco, CA.
Building on the Better Homes and
Gardens project, I designed six posters in 2002 for
the San Francisco Art Commission's
Market Street Art in
Transit Project. The posters displayed the word for "Home" in
six different languages that reflect those predominantly spoken in
the South of Market, Tenderloin, financial and Civic Center districts:
Tagalog, Vietnamese, English, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic.
Every year four artists are selected to create six designs (four posters
each for a total of 24 posters) that are displayed in the triangular
kiosks located on Market Street between Embarcadero and Van Ness Avenue.
The kiosk poster series provides an opportunity for artists to reach
audiences outside of traditional art venues such as galleries and museums.
Other Projects I have done that relate to this work include:
Better Homes and Gardens
Market Street Art In Transit Poster Series - Vietnamese (2002)
San Francisco, CA