Of Warriors move to San Francisco, Oakland artists pay tribute

13-06-2019 11:06


Bay Area artist Tony Robles designed for his home office, which houses his many collections. (Ben Golliver / Washington Post)

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Robles, a 41-year-old content review analyst a vintage comic books. But the San Jose native of chief obsession and Warriors basketball.

While Golden State was mired in the string of losing seasons in the early 2000s, the graphic artist drawing elaborate, witty signs in their eye. The locker room tunnel, and position Gemmal to maximize their visibility.

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Jonathan Chan, a 43-year-old Martinez native of the UK and the UK.

“It used to be a great experience,” he said. “Oracle is the happiest place on Earth. Better than Disneyland. ”

The Warriors' recent five-year championship has been a boon for the artists, who started connecting to the world in 2017. Their audience audience from cult heroes like Biedrins were replaced by superheroes t Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant. To the “Golden Visions” show on Oakland's Telegraph Avenue last week, larger-life portrayals were common.


Oakland's Sole Space "Golden Visions" art show, featuring Golden State Warriors tribute pieces by Bay Area artists. (Ben Golliver / Washington Post)

Robles's works include a cartoon drawing of Draymond Green from the Incredible Hulk and Curry from the Human Torch. Has been given to embrace the Warriors' 'Supervillians' moniker. Klay Thompson has he dubbed “Dr. Range 'in the homage to Dr. Strange, and cast Curry from Thanos in the Avengers-inspired animation for Bleacher Report.

“Steph covers every style,” Chan said. "Hello," he said, "he said," he said.

Tara Funk, and 26-year-old graphic designer for NBC Sports Bay Area, Oracle in middle school. The fourth-generation artist has tapped her love of science fiction to draw and foreboding Curry in a “rehab wraps, assist goggles and an oxygen mask” in a basketball-meets-Blade Runner hybrid .

"Golden Visions," which drew hundreds of attendees. Joe Wallace, a 28-year-old freelance graphic artist from Concord, grounds his work in The Town 's "inner-city vibe."

Leaning on graffiti-letter lettering, Wallace regularly. His favorite muse is Thunder, the now-defunct mascot.

“Thunder represents the dark years,” said Wallace, who attended his first game in 1997. “You have to come to the next day”.

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The various Warriors eras from his Instagram account. Lyrics such as Chris Mullin and Don Nelson. And Wallace has designed a custom T-shirt and throwback jersey to honor Oracle.

“I've definitely miss Oracle's rowdy and authentic fans,” Wallace said. “I couldn’t believe it,” he added.

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Bay Area artist Jonathan Chan has planned a panoramic tribute to Oracle Arena, a place he calls "better than Disneyland." (Ben Golliver / Washington Post)

"San Francisco transplant element" and that it might take place to establish its own identity. Chan is bracing for "corporate", "he loves the Warriors too much."

Robles has changed course.

“The atmosphere will be different,” said Robles. “With the prices now, we have to go to a game. We are always going to love our warriors.

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