New Bohemia Signs “SignAge” @ San Francisco State University

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
San Francisco has always been proud of its sign painting tradition, and the city's New Bohemia Signs shop has been keeping that art form alive with their hand-painted custom sign business. San Francisco Sate University and its art gallery will honor New Bohemia by hosting SignAge, a collection of hand-painted signs from the artists at the shop.

"Free" featuring New Bohemia Signs at Guerrero Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
New Bohemia Signs is fast becoming a San Francisco institution, and the sign-painting group is currently showing at Guerrero Gallery in SF. Today (June 28) and Thursday (June 30), members of New Bohemia will be doing a live "free" demonstration, open to the public, on various practices of sign-painitng.

Preview: Steve "ESPO" Powers @ Guerrero Gallery San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 11, 2011
Along with New Bohemia Signs (we showed you the other day) and Jeff Canham, Steve Powers will be showing at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco, starting tonight, June 11. The show focuses on the connections between contemporary sign painting and fine art.

New Bohemia Signs at Guerrero Gallery San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 07, 2011
Quickly becoming a San Francisco staple, sign painters New Bohemia Signs will be opening a solo show at Guerrero Gallery. New Bohemia will be sharing the space with two other great sign painters, Jeff Canham and Stephen Powers.

Never Heard Of Yah: New Bohemia Signs

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 02, 2011
San Francisco's New Bohemia Signs has been creating elegant and simple hand-painted signage since 1993. New Bohemia offers a full range of services including full scale menus, architectural gilding, and gold leafing, all created by hand in their very tiny shop. I visit them often as a source of inspiration, most recently, the work being produced for a group show entitled Genuine Authentic at Peek Gallery on February 10th.


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