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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
San Francisco Was Once Aglow with Neon
— Serginho Roosblad, KQED Bay Curious
Bringing the Light Back to the Night
— Bonnie Burton, AltaOnline.com
San Francisco Neon Renaissance
— Joyce Slayton, PerLaMente.com
City and Property Owners restore neon signs in the Tenderloin
— Carrie Sisto, Hoodline.com
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—Jim Van Buskirk, San Francisco Examiner
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—Jack Levitan, CA Modern Magazine
An Ode to the Disappearing Neon Signs That Light Up the Streets of San Francisco
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—Weekend Features, San Francisco Examiner
If only San Francisco's neon signs could live forever...
—Anika Bugess, AtlasObscura.com
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San Francisco once basked in the glow of neon... .
—Carl Nolte, San Francisco Chronicle
Book to focus on San Francisco neon...
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