Here’s a project that never came to fruition, but it was still a fun idea to illustrate.
When I was a kid, I always wondered what type of dinosaurs roamed the San Francisco Bay Area. I recently found out that dinosaurs never existed in the Bay Area, but what inhabited my hometown were prehistoric marine reptiles, fish and ammonite. For the most part, SF was submerged thousands of feet underwater during the Mesozoic.
William Haines’ Desert Living Room, designed for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition of Decorative Arts in San Francisco
1. Georgia O’Keeffe’s oil-painting hung on graphic texture walls made of California Joshua Wood 2. Leather Game Table and Chairs in the Desert Living Room 3. Catalog of the Golden Gate International Exposition 1939 4. Poster advertising the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition 5. William Haines, former actor, interior designer (American, 1900–1975)