Historic Interpretation of Oakland’s Warehouse Waterfront District

Gizmo worked with designer Gyroscope on this window display located in Oakland’s Waterfront Warehouse District. Where Rail, Road and Water Meet The Waterfront Warehouse District developed as an intermodel distribution hub for the port, the railroads, and the local and regional roads. Coffee, rice sugar, produce, meat, hides, burlap bags, paper, paint, glass, and building supplies…

Auspicious Clouds

Gizmo fabricated Michael Arcega’s benches to sit on Broadway Street. Client: Michael Arcega Category: Public Art Location: San Francisco, CA Date: September 2018 Michael Arcega was commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission & the Department of Public Works. He chose Gizmo to fabricate and installed these benches along Broadway. Painted steel These functional sculptures draw inspiration from cloud motifs…

Points Of Departure

Client: Scott Oliver Category: Public Art Location: San Francisco Date: July 2018 Scott Oliver’s art piece Points Of Departure is part of the Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project. Oliver says”, “I’m trying to make something that people using this space can connect with on some level,” Oliver told us. “The place isn’t really connected to a neighborhood. It’s…

New Exhibits at Jack London Museum!

Jack London State Historic Park is celebrating it’s 55th anniversary as a National Historic Landmark! To celebrate, the Jack London Museum will be renovating all of its exhibits at the House of Happy Walls in Glenn Ellen California. The exhibits are being designed by the Sibbett Groupand fabricated by Gizmo. “Jack and Charmian London were trail…