Signage by Stefan Salinas seen at St Stephen's Catholic Church, San Francisco - St. Stephen's Church Sign
Signage by Stefan Salinas seen at St Stephen's Catholic Church, San Francisco - St. Stephen's Church Sign
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St. Stephen's Church Sign

Description
December 2018, San Francisco, California, USA
Dibond (aluminum sheets with a solid polyethylene core)
Manufactured in the USA by HD Supply
The symbols incorporated are those often depicted with St. Stephen: the stones, as he was stoned to death, and a palm leaf, often held by the Church’s first martyrs. The bold style they are rendered in was inspired by the stained glass in this church.
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Meet the Creator

"I've spent the last three years writing, illustrating, self-publishing and promoting two children's books. Along the way I have worked with carpenters, tile printers and stained glass craftsmen to make installations in churches. A mural here, a logo there, some Photoshop employed to design brochures and banners. Illustrated for a Jesuit's book, and contributed graphics and logos for the Blind Vietnamese Children Foundation (their art director for ten years) and other non-profits. Let my hands help your project come to life!

I was born and reared in that great cosmopolitan cow-town known as Houston, Texas, then moved over to San Francisco, California. I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Houston in 1997 and have since busied myself with public commissions, painting and working on books."

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