San Francisco Neon

historic neon network

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San Francisco Neon advocates for preserving historic neon signs with tours, talks, exhibits, consultations, and events. Our sister organization, Historic Neon Network, is a not-for-profit organization under the umbrella of the Tenderloin Museum. Our goals is to educate and advocate for the  artistic legacy of historic neon signs: a living archive of art, craft, and small business culture. Contact us for neon consultations, talks, tours, or exhibits.

 

San Francisco Neon is a project of Giant Orange Press.

 

Al Barna is a San Francisco photographer and artist whose work has been shown in juried exhibitions at the de Young Museum, the Legion of Honor Museum, the Rayko Gallery, and the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery.  www.albarna.com

 

Randall Ann Homan is an art director,  photographer, and an award-winning graphic designer. Her focus is public projects and she has designed books for  the Oakland Public Library, Ten Speed Press, and Harper Collins. www.giantorange.net

 

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Serginho Roosblad, KQED Bay Curious

 

Bonnie Burton, AltaOnline.com

 

Joyce Slayton, PerLaMente.com

Carrie Sisto, Hoodline.com

 

Nikki Collister, Hoodline.com

 

Jim Van Buskirk, San Francisco Examiner

 

Jack Levitan, CA Modern Magazine

 

Jordan G. Teicher, "Behold" photography blog, on Slate.com

 

Meg Miller, CoDesign on FastCompany.com

 

Caleb Pershan on SFist.com

Weekend Features, San Francisco Examiner

Anika Bugess, AtlasObscura.com

 

—Annie Tittinger, San Francisco Magazine

Carl Nolte, San Francisco Chronicle

 

David Weinstein, Eichler Network

 

All photos © 2014 Al Barna and Randall Ann Homan

All content © 2018 Al Barna and Randall Ann Homan