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New Benefit Print, Picathartes

by Jeepney Projects on October 20th, 2018

Ghana, Sierra Leone and the Ivory Coast are home to the wonderfully bizarre and strange looking Rockfowl (Picathartes gymnocehalus) – something like a cross between a roadrunner and a crow. The highly prized species for world birders is a communal and cave dwelling creature that hops and bounds through the vine-filled lowland forest floor. This rare, More…

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David Tomb is Presenting at the Monterey Audubon Society

by Jeepney Projects on May 10th, 2015

Join us for a special presentation! The Monterey Audubon Society is hosting David Tomb at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History this Tuesday, May 12. David’s talk will highlight the genesis of Jeepney Projects in the Philippines as well as our ongoing work worldwide. More…

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David Tomb Exhibition at the StartUp Art Fair

by Jeepney Projects on April 23rd, 2015

Join us at a three-day exhibition beginning Friday, May 1-3, featuring 40 vetted artists, including our own David Tomb! stARTup Art Fair is San Francisco’s new independently produced contemporary art fair for unrepresented artists. The stimulating 3-day weekend is a great chance for art appreciators to get in on the ground floor of a type of artist “start-up… More…

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Birdy PA

by Jeepney Projects on July 1st, 2014

From David’s show in Indiana, PA this spring, here’s a photographic recap of his highlights… More…

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Golden Gate Audubon Society Interviews David Tomb

by Jeepney Projects on November 14th, 2013

The Golden Gate Birder has published an interview with Jeepney Projects Co-Founder David Tomb. Ilana DeBare, a former business reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle and now the Communications Director at the Golden Gate Audubon Society, visited David in his studio. She took some great photos and put together a great story. Check it out!… More…

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New Project, The Tufted Jay

by David Tomb on June 30th, 2013

Jeepney Projects Worldwide is excited to announce our partnership with the Reserva Chara Pinta (Tufted Jay Reserve). We are fundraising with a benefit fine art print project for the reserve and ejido (collective) El Palmito. The reserve is home to many fantastic birds such as Red Warblers, Red-headed Tanagers, Mountain Trogons, rare Eared Quetzals, and occasionally Wintering Thick-billed Parrots. The star of the region is the strikingly and charismatic Tufted Jay… More…

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The Artist’s Studio

by Ian Austin on June 27th, 2012

Exciting developments in the studio of David Tomb. David’s Philippine Bird Art is on a radical adventure, departing from the initial studies and exquisite compositions shown at previous exhibitions and entering the realm of stunning collages, combining the compositions with swirling water color backdrops and draped vegetation. A veritable jungle is growing in the studio! Don’t miss the next show… More…

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Jeepney Goes High Brow!

by Jeepney Projects on May 29th, 2012

We are thrilled to announce that the original study of the Palawan Peacock – Pheasant drawn at the Museum of Vertebrate at UC Berkeley has a permanent home in the collections of the Huntington Library in San Marino, California. Besides the spectacular botanical gardens this world class museum has in its holdings… More…

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The Jewish Museum Looks at Trees

by Jeepney Projects on February 16th, 2012

David is one of three artists from San Francisco’s Mission District to be interviewed for this video. Claudia Escobar, the video producer for Mission Local, gleaned some nice insights and images from these local talents who are all in the new exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. More…

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David Tomb in a New Museum Exhibition and Artist Talk

by Jeepney Projects on February 6th, 2012

David Tomb is part of a new exhibition at The Contemporary Jewish Museum – Do Not Destroy:Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought. February 16 – May 28, 2012. David says, “I created this piece of artwork from a piece of “reclaimed” wood I got from an old salt at a Sausalito ship yard. This show is about the Tu Bishvat holiday which has been interpreted recently through an environmental/activist lens. So, I painted our eagle on a… More…

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