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The Great Wall & Felishino in NYTimes

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The 2nd time in 4 weeks that a client of mine was featured in  the NYTimes…. congrats to the Great Wall…

THE GREAT WALL OF OAKLAND


On the first Friday night of each month, a large wall of an Oakland office complex morphs into an outdoor theater. A projector on a nearby rooftop shows videos a hundred feet tall on the exterior of a building at the corner of West Grand and Valley Street. The spectators — most of whom also attend the monthly event called Art Murmur in nearby galleries — stand or perch on the curb to watch the show.

via The Great Wall – NYTimes.com

 

and recently another client was featured:
SORA AND THE CLOUD


The classic Japanese children’s song “Tako no uta” (or “Song of Kites”) is a cheerful ode to flying. It is also one of many Japanese cultural references embedded in “Sora and the Cloud,” Felicia Hoshino’s rich, clever and appealing book. Offering both English and Japanese text, it is itself a lovely tribute to the joys of soaring high.

Oh, that reminds me of a 3rd client who was mentioned in the NYTimes just last October – the Tenderloin Economic Development Project was featured in an article about the ongoing transformation of the tenderlion area of San Francisco.
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