“Sand Francisco” 2014
This drawing actually started back in 1992 when I was in school at Humboldt State University. The view from Marin Headlands is very familiar to me since my first half of childhood was in San Francisco, CA. I imagined San Francisco so far in the future where the bay dried up and was covered in sand. I was learning all about stone lithography which is really interesting. Drew it on the limestone, printed up a small edition on some nice archival paper, hand colored it and gave it to my mom for a gift the next Christmas. She framed it up real nice and every time I was visiting I would be blown away. It was the first time anything of mine was framed and it looked so professional. Years and years later I dug up one of the prints and scanned it. Once it was in the computer I was able to print it on different mediums. Throughout the years I made stickers, shirts, skateboards and finally this tile piece. Still one of my favorites.