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…

Community Voices

Gizmo completes installation of Community Voices wall. “Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Community Voices from Facebook celebrates the people living this mission through our weekly video and photography series. Our stories feature Facebook community members from around the world, showing the global impact…

Gizmo Takes Flight!

Gizmo has had the exciting experience of working with American Family Insurance through CODAworx to create “Taking Flight”. “Taking Flight” is a 15 foot tall stainless steel sculpture, featuring LED lighting components and was designed by ZEBRADOG. This exterior piece has been placed in an outdoor plaza in Madison, Wisconsin and was built to withstand…

Yumei Hou and Gizmo

Yumei Hou’s design captures the spirit of an outdoor folk dance from the Northeastern provinces of China, which typically involves groups of people of all ages, men and women, dancing vigorously in a variety of costumes to celebrate happy occasions such as Chinese New Year, birthdays and grand openings. Perfectly suited for the new municipal…

Central Subway Public Art and Us

Gizmo is working closely with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s new Central Subway system, (operating from Chinatown to South of Market) and the SFAC’s Public Art Program, that is managing an exciting public art program that includes permanent artworks and related arts programming in adjacent neighborhoods. Contracted by Tutor Perini, Gizmo will be taking…

Scott Oliver, Where Are You Going Right Now?

The proposed partnership between Gizmo Art Production and artist Scott Oliver began in 2014, when Gizmo was selected to build and install Oliver’s piece “Points of Departure”. Recently the piece has been installed in the Masonic Plaza, where three significantly tall posts stand symbolizing the directions in which various passers by have told Oliver they…