BiCentennial Celebration Logo

Original Logo Art. A combination collage and inked design with hand-lettering, entered in a contest for the San Francisco Bicentennial Celebration, 1976. It didn’t win, but I may still use this beauty for something in the future. The woman in the design is a statue named “Star” that stood in the Court of the Universe building, at the Panama-Pacific Exposition, in San Francisco, an fair that took place to celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal, 1915. Art is hand-signed.

Original Artwork
Medium: Release Date: 1976
Dimensions: Art 17.5 x 21 in. Price for Original: $4,500 .00 Original Status: Available
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Release Date: 1976
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About the Artist

David Singer "David Singer is best known as one of the early Fillmore artists, designing 75 posters for Bill Graham, from 1969 to 1990. This was the era before computers changed everything in graphics. Working mostly in the medium of collage, he has now integrated traditional analog cut-and-paste methods with current digital techniques. David singer currently lives and works in Petaluma, California."