Thursday 27 February 2020
Video, Of The 2019 Burning Man Decompression Party, Old Power Station, San Francisco, California

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A brief video of the San Francisco Burning Man Decompression Party at the Ngr Potrero Generating Station on Saturday 19 October 2019. View all

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Wednesday 26 February 2020
Signs, In The 2019 Burning Man Decompression Party, Old Power Station, San Francisco, California

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A sign on a booth said: Camp Orange • Long dark, & Delicious. . . long, dark, & delicious with. . . • Deez Nuts! • 'Bout to Bust a Coconut on you'. . . • Frosted Justin Timberflakes • Just the chip, Just for a second, Just to see how it feels • Cereal Monogamy A sign next to the entry to the HOTD stage showed a stick figure trip. The sign read, "Caution Bitches Be Trippn'". A hand-written sign was taped to cardboard on a booth that suspended people between two latex sheets. The sign read,"Warning Latex allergens in the air here." Above the sign was a label on the shade shelter that read, "Coleman Instant Sun Shelter." View all

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Tuesday 25 February 2020
Ground Floor Outside, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: 2nd Floor Bus Level Artpsan Art Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden Ground Floor Buses Ground Floor Rooftop Garden Salesforce Plaza

The outside of the ground level of the Salesforce Transit Center was lined with businesses not yet open (as of this date). Here was the future home of Philz Coffee "Always one cup at a time." A wide sidewalk paralleled the outside of the Salesforce Transit Center. The overhang protected pedestrians with summer shade and with winter protection from rain. View all

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Monday 24 February 2020
Salesforce Plaza, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: 2nd Floor Bus Level Artpsan Art Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden Ground Floor Buses Ground Floor Outside Ground Floor Rooftop Garden

Dark bands crossed the plaza and lit circles filled each band. To the left of this image was the maze entry to the gondola that went to the roof garden. At the back of the plaza was entry to the Salesforce Transit Center. This photo was taken on a Saturday morning, so the plaza was mostly empty of people. The Salesforce Tower was a highrise building that faced Mission Street. Salesforce Plaza, next to the building, connected Mission Street to the Salesforce Transit Center. Cars were barred from entry using bollards. View all

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Sunday 23 February 2020
Ground Floor Buses, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: 2nd Floor Bus Level Artpsan Art Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden Ground Floor Outside Ground Floor Rooftop Garden Salesforce Plaza

Doors were clearly marked for access to "Folsom Street", and the "MUNI Bus Plaza." A direction post indicated that MUNI buses and Golden Gate Transit buses were ahead. And that SamTrans buses and taxis were to the left. Each bus stop was indicated by a lit sign. The 38R Geary Rapid sign showed alerts (none), the next two departure times (next bus in 7 minutes, and the one after that in 15 minutes), and the current fares. Crosswalks were clearly indicated with icons and arrows. These crosswalks provided protected access to bus stops. View all

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Saturday 22 February 2020
The Ground Floor, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

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A line of interactive information signs lined one section of wall on the ground floor of the center building of the Salesforce Transbay Transit Center. Escalators led down from and up to the second floor bus deck and the Rooftop Garden. A huge multi-panel video display showed the outside temperature, the current time and warned people to "report suspicious activity." The lower third of the display listed "Bus Deck" buses on the bus deck, and "Bus Plaza and adjacent service" bus departure times and outside bays. A Benefit vending machine, disguised as a bus, sold cosmetics. View all

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Friday 21 February 2020
Ground Floor Art, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

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Flowers decorated the floor under information stands that lined the wall. The color of the flowers suggested that those flowers might be California Poppies. Golden butterflies fluttered over the floor next to a large blue X. A slightly wider view of the ground floor of the Salesforce Transbay Center. From the escalator one could see that the art extended into the very corners of the floor. The ground floor of the center building of the Salesforce Transbay Center was decorated with oval white shapes. Inside and overlapping those ovals were animals, geometric shapes, and flowers. A hummingbird was drawn at the foot of the down escalator. View all

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Thursday 20 February 2020
2nd Floor Bus Level, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: Artpsan Art Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden Ground Floor Buses Ground Floor Outside Ground Floor Rooftop Garden Salesforce Plaza

A combined off/on ramp for Bus traffic connected the Salesforce Transbay Center to the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge. The ramp crossed Howard Street using a second suspension bridge in the foreground. All the buses moved clockwise (when viewed from above) so that their doors would always open toward the inside pedestrian area. Only one bus was parked at this time on this Saturday. The escalators connecting the Bus Level to the Rooftop Garden. Here, a few people traveled up to the Rooftop Garden. A view of the 2nd Floor Bus Level as seen from the escalator down from the Rooftop Garden. The other side had a sign that read, "Even Bays 02-36." View all

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Wednesday 19 February 2020
Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden, Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: 2nd Floor Bus Level Artpsan Art Ground Floor Buses Ground Floor Outside Ground Floor Rooftop Garden Salesforce Plaza

The sign for the Gondola Lift To Rooftop Garden read: Salesforce Tower Gondola Elevators & Escalators to Salesforce Park Via Transit Center Gondola is one way up only A view of the top of the gondola as seen from the Rooftop Garden . The anchor for the cables at the top of the Salesforce Transbay Transit Center's Rooftop Garden. The gondola as it approached its terminus at the roof garden. Too bad the trip was unidirectional. Up only. A long line of people waited to board the gondola up to the rooftop garden. A long bench wrapped the bottom of the gondola which gave folks a place to sit while waiting. View all

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Tuesday 18 February 2020
Andreina Davila and Ytaelena Mural 2018, Artpsan Art, On Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

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A lower panel was painted in aqua to resemble a stream, lake, or ocean. Abstract birds flew over abstract hills and mountains and under an abstract sky. Two abstract birds flew over a lavender and pale yellow sky. A closer view of the gorilla's face revealed the technique in which it was painted. The mural wrapped the corner of the building. An abstract gorilla sat behind a low hill on the last two mural panels. The gorilla reached out a hand as if inviting the distant birds to approach. View all

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Monday 17 February 2020
Sugabus Media Mural 2018, Artpsan Art, On Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: Andreina Davila and Ytaelena Lopez Mural 2018 Annie Walker "Kelp Forest" Mural 2018 Dilcia Giron Mural 2018 Heidi Hardin Mural John Kraft Mural 2018 Kristian Kabuay Mural Krisztina Lazar Mural Nathan Richard Phelps Salesforce Mural 2018 Taiko Fujimura Mural 2018

One of the lower windows listed the names of the people that created these murals: -Sylvestor (Slick) Guard Jr. Chris (Cizzle) Cook - -Hilya (Mom) Cook Hanna (1st Lady) Boles - Slickpopz@gmail.com / Sugabusmedia@gmail.com One window had two murals on it. The left mural showed a flaming heart over two dragons posed to form a heart and enclosing an egg. Under the dragons was a bat-wing heart with a lizard's eye. The right mural showed "The City" illustrated using a the corner windows of a Victorian house with a bluebird chirping at a woman with bows in her hair. View all

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Sunday 16 February 2020
Nathan Richard Phelps Mural 2018, Artpsan Art, On Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: Andreina Davila and Ytaelena Lopez Mural 2018 Annie Walker "Kelp Forest" Mural 2018 Dilcia Giron Mural 2018 Heidi Hardin Mural John Kraft Mural 2018 Kristian Kabuay Mural Krisztina Lazar Mural Sugabus Media Mural 2018 Taiko Fujimura Mural 2018

A closer view of the center of the Nathan Richard Phelps mural on the Salesforce Transbay Transit Center. Almost totally white, just a few black spaces poked in from the edges. A pair of doors lay at the extreme left of the Nathan Richard Phelps mural on the Salesforce Transbay Center. The design ran through the door and out the other side. A much closer view of the Nathan Richard Phelps mural on the Salesforce Transbay Transit Center. Notice how precise the curves were and how sharp and clear the points were. The center of this Nathan Richard Phelps mural appeared brighter than it actually was. View all

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Saturday 15 February 2020
John Kraft Mural 2018, Artpsan Art, On Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: Andreina Davila and Ytaelena Lopez Mural 2018 Annie Walker "Kelp Forest" Mural 2018 Dilcia Giron Mural 2018 Heidi Hardin Mural Kristian Kabuay Mural Krisztina Lazar Mural Nathan Richard Phelps Salesforce Mural 2018 Sugabus Media Mural 2018 Taiko Fujimura Mural 2018

The mural depicted balls of color either moving and leaving behind tracks, or balls on stems blowing in the wind. The mural continued around the corner with multi-colored grass growing up from the bottom. The mural was painted on the windows below a sign that read, "Venga Coming Soon!" A view of almost the entire mural showing it wrapped around the corner of a future business. An identifying sign was attached to the glass of a window covered with a mural. The sign read: Artspan Transit Mural Project John Kraft johnkraft.com @johnkraft ArtSpan.org @artspan And below that was a list of sponsors. View all

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Friday 14 February 2020
Taiko Fujimura Mural 2018, Artpsan Art, On Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

Related stories: Andreina Davila and Ytaelena Lopez Mural 2018 Annie Walker "Kelp Forest" Mural 2018 Dilcia Giron Mural 2018 Heidi Hardin Mural John Kraft Mural 2018 Kristian Kabuay Mural Krisztina Lazar Mural Nathan Richard Phelps Salesforce Mural 2018 Sugabus Media Mural 2018

The mural was painted on the windows below a sign that read, "Tycoon Kitchen Coming Soon!" The mural showed binary bits floating over the San Francisco Bay Bridge, and into the head of a person shown in silhouette. A closer view of the binary bits flowing into (or perhaps out of) a head shown in silhouette. A closer view of the San Francisco Bay Bridge with the binary bits floating over it. We leave it to the reader to figure out if the binary bits actually spell an ASCII message. An even closer view of the binary bits over the San Francisco Bay Bridge. This images is almost close enough to make out the brush strokes used to create this mural. View all

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