- Fine Art Print on Archival Matte Paper
- Signed and dated
- Includes description of events
The City of San Jose worked with famed sculptor Robert Graham to design a monument for Cesar Chavez Park in Downtown San Jose – the initial concept he presented was a gleaming bronze sculpture for the Mesoamerican deity. Ultimately the design changed due to disagreement, and Graham unveiled his creation without having publicly shown the final concept. The City's public art spurred attention and conversation, like controversial art tends to do.
In the spirit of vintage travel posters, artist Tamiko Rast's 'Veritable San Jose' series commemorates the City's most infamous, notorious events. More about the series can be found here.