49-Mile Scenic Drive Art by Annie Galvin

49-Mile Scenic Drive Art by Annie Galvin

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Lily Gahagan
May 9, 2008

Anyone who has driven around San Francisco has probably grown accustomed to seeing the little blue and white signs which read "49-Mile Scenic Drive"...

Started in the 1930s, the 49-Mile Scenic Drive was created to promote tourism throughout the city. The drive begins in the Civic Center area and winds all around town, passing through the Embarcadero, Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, Japantown, Chinatown, Mission-Dolores, etc, etc. The little seagull always puts a smile on our face when we see it, so we were happy to find artist Annie Galvin's version in acrylic on canvas. It might be the perfect gift for some displaced San Francisco native who has a touch of the homesick blues, or someone (ahem) who just loves the design.

Available from 3 Fish Studios in pink and black, as well.

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