Hi Neighbors! Will you work with us to build a collective cultural life in Southeast San Francisco?

We’ll trade you a drawing, painting, poem, story, song lyrics, recipe, hand drawn map or original joke for any of the artwork you see below.
Here’s how to do it:

  • Put your artwork, poem, story or song lyrics in an envelope
  • Be sure to include the title of your work, your name and your address
  • Select the print below that you would like us to send you, write down the title and and artist
  • Put everything in an envelope, add a stamp and send it to:

Book and Wheel
P.O. Box 347239
San Francisco, CA 94134-7239

We’ll mail you the print you select. Together, with you  and the artists below, together, we’ll build a cultural archive for the Bayview/Hunters Point, Excelsior District, The Portola and Visitacion Valley. Scrolling down, you can see some of the work that folx from the Southeast have already traded with us.

We prefer getting hard copies at our Post Office Box, but if necessary you can email us, also:

info@bookandwheel.org

Once you send us enough of what you make, we’ll do a big project–maybe an exhibition or a book?

Southeast San Francisco Artists Portfolio:

The Southeast San Francisco Artists Portfolio is growing all the time. We commission new work or solicit the right to reproduce past work of artists who live or work in Southeast San Francisco. Artists in the Portfolio range in age from 20 to over 70 years old. Some grew up in the Southeast and some came more recently. Some are self-taught, some have college degrees, some are sharing their work for the first time.

Sizes: Prints are 8″ x 10,” 5″ x 7″ or 3″ x 3″ and some stickers.

Click on the Art to See More

George Harry Crampton Glassanos, ‘Southeast SF’
Anne Seeman, ‘Peruvian Corn From the Visitacion Valley Greenway’
Juan Fuentes, ‘Ohlone Dancer’
Phillip Hua, ‘Severa Wang, Not Scary’
Oscar Melara, ‘Untitled’
Latino essential workers
Alyssa Aviles, Our Culture
Amy Díaz Infante, ‘Thinking of You’
Charles Dabo, ‘Wisdom’
Sarah A. Smith, ‘Refuge’
a pair of arms made of water drops against a black background
Ron Moultrie Saunders, ‘Hands and Arms in Waterdrops’
Travis Jensen, ‘Rare Singular’
Kaiya Canja Wong Jones, ‘Intermix’
Kate Connell, ‘Aflame’
View toward the Bay from Southeast San Francisco
Keith Ferris, Drydock Crane 2020
Audrey Connell, ‘Love’
Rasta Dave, ‘Practice Makes Perfect’
Oval stickers with "Made in (blank) America" written on them
Ada Chen, ‘Made in _____ America’
Sasanna Yee, ‘Peace in the Southeast’
Connell, Melara, Vivanco-Airaghi, ‘A Cultural Map of Southeast San Francisco’

What You Traded Us