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See America

The Print Collection produces museum quality prints of historic posters and photographs, as well as original prints that are inspired by earlier poster art. Their new “See America” series was created by artist Steven Thomas as an homage to the … Continue reading

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A Byegone Sense of Place

Launched just about a year ago, Wildsam Field Guides travel series just released its new San Francisco edition. Joining Nashville and Austin editions, this terrific travel guidebook is rich in local lore, city heritage, wonderful illustrations—like artist Lisa Congdon‘s Golden … Continue reading

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Golden Gate: There’s an app for that

When it opened in May 1937, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge was the longest suspension bridge ever constructed. Today, it only ranks 9th, but the gorgeous span remains the most photographed bridge in the world. The Golden Gate’s 75th anniversary is … Continue reading

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A Bridge Too Far

Brooklyn-based artist and programmer Clement Valla, whose work is featured over at the French website Fubiz, got his start working as architect; you can see his personal artistic evolution in his series Bridges, which takes cropped images from Google Earth … Continue reading

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