In Style

One week into 2017, and I’m STILL not fully recovered from my holiday plague. Dammit.

That said, it didn’t stop me and my rad team at work from totally CRUSHING the 4th Annual de Youngsters Art Party at San Francisco’s de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park this past Friday night.

Just a little victory lap to end a long day (and project), right through our backdrop.

Just a little victory lap to end a long day (and project), right through our backdrop.

Once again, we were the lead sponsor of the event, which serves to raise funds for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s education initiatives and programming.

BUT! On top of that, we also created a super-cool artistic style transfer photo booth based on art from the museum’s own collection. TWO super-cool artistic style transfer photo booths based on art from the museum’s own collection.

(I know you don’t really know what that means, so just look at cool pictures:)

(Courtesy of Drew Altizer Photography)

(Courtesy of Drew Altizer Photography)

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(Courtesy of Drew Altizer Photography)

(Courtesy of Drew Altizer Photography)

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Adobe de Youngsters team, 2017. Styled to Ritman, Louis. A Day in July. 1918 Oil on Canvas. 36 ¼ × 36 ¼ in. FAMSF

We totally outdid ourselves. Light painting is just a distant memory now.

And I started feeling a little better the second it was over.

But not FULLY better, and so that’s all the energy I have in me when it comes to recapping de Youngsters 2017. But I did it!

We ALL did it. We MORE than did it.

2017 is HAPPENING…

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2 thoughts on “In Style

  1. Margaret Wisniewski says:

    I am guessing that your contemporary rendition of classical pieces of art is represented in these photos. Way cool! If not, it was a good guess, right? Thank you for interlacing art with technology and delivering to another generation of kids who will do amazing things with it, no doubt. You are changing the world in wild and wonderful ways. Even the big kids had a blast! You sure do know how to have fun at work!

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