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Boise City Department of Arts & History put out a call for artists to design images to be installed on the ceilings of bus shelters in downtown Boise, Idaho. They were looking for artists who knew how to translate their images into vector files. I don’t even know what that means, but luckily my good friend and talented graphic designer Will Spearman does, so we teamed up and designed three bus shelter ceilings together. This is the silhouette (not the vector file) we created called “The Buck Stops Here.”


That image was blown up and cut out of vinyl which was applied to the glass, with a second layer of white vinyl behind it. These are photos of the various panels:

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Do not miss the wild Idaho potatoes in the center of the panel!

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