The Dodgers are just not going to get away with sweeping the Giants like that, especially if Streetcar 1010 has anything to say about it!
San Francisco has a fleet of historic streetcars that run on its F-Market line. A bunch of them are actually from San Francisco, but they also have ones from (or painted in honor of) many other cities around the US and the rest of the world…including three from Los Angeles. While all of the streetcars are surely proud to be serving as functional history on wheels in San Francisco, some unsavory allegiances hold true when the L.A. cars are concerned.
Muni slogan thing == Perfect exam-proctoring shirt
This shirt is confusing the heck out of people here in Riverside.
An anthropomorphized take on the Muni centennial logo!
Considering the logo features Car 1, and considering I’ve already drawn a personification of Car 1, this really was the obvious next step!
The original logo is © SFMTA.
Personifications of several of the many historic streetcars that make up San Francisco’s Market Street Railway’s fleet. If you’ve ever been a tourist in San Francisco and have ridden along the Embarcadero to Fisherman’s Wharf, you’ve ridden in one of these mobile museums.
From left to right, a car sporting original 1910s San Francisco livery, one of the many orange Milan cars, a car with 1960s San Francisco colors, the Blackpool open-top boat tram, and a car with 1940s San Francisco livery.
This image is the March page for my 2012 San Franthropomorphism Calendar. I am using Kickstarter to try and raise money to get this calendar printed. If I get $3000 worth of pledges by 5:04 PM Pacific time on Monday 17 October, I’ll be able to get these printed, but if not, no dice.
If you like this page, want to see more (I haven’t posted them all publicly), and might like to have a copy of the calendar (or other goodies), please consider pledging a little bit! Even a little helps! Spreading the word also helps a lot!